Iggy Azalea's now going to be making TV shows as well as music.
She's penned a deal for her production company, Azalea Street, to create content for Universal Cable Productions over in the US.
It's unclear whether Azalea will have an on-screen role, but it is believed the content will focus on topics such as social justice and empowering younger women.
As well as working behind the camera Iggy's also going to be in front of it a lot more, after she was recently announced as the new judge on the eighth series of X Factor Australia.
In June, Azalea called off her engagement to NBA player Nick Young amid claims of infidelity, and on Wednesday it was revealed the singer owed $AU354,000 to the US tax department.