She’s so fancy, but you already know. A 24-year-old rising star, Iggy Azalea has made major strides in mainstream hip-hop recently, surfacing as a hard-to-ignore female figure in the industry. With her admittedly addictive single “Fancy,” she became the first woman rapper to hit number one on America’s Billboard Hot 100 chart since Lauryn Hill did so with “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in 1998. Not impressed yet? In her short career, Azalea has won 12 reputable awards, secured a spot on XXL Magazine’s 2010 Freshman Class roster, and joined The Beatles as the only two acts in history to rank at numbers one and two simultaneously with their first two Hot 100 hits.