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  1. And Iggy Azalea is?? Did the most successful musician to ever, and undoubtedly ever will, come from this region even get a mention? She’s won over 25 of the BEST music awards in the world. Guess she can just keep on a hopin’ for that Dolphin. No wonder she left and never looked back…

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