Australian rap vixen Iggy Azalea has been garnering a lot of buzz lately now that she is part of T.I.'s Grand Hustle team. The 'Murda Bizness' rapper recently found an unreleased track and decided to share it with her fans on Twitter.

The rap ballad 'Burgundy S---' is in stark contrast to Iggy's previous feisty rap songs. Produced by D.R.U.G.S., the track features a piano-driven sample of R&B group Silk's 1993 slow jam 'Lose Control.'

On the tune, Iggy shows her softer side as she yearns for the love of a handsome thug. "Usually I don't like thugs who bust guns / But I got a thang for this burgundy one / Even though I can't read him / Too much dirt on his palms for me to see what exactly is in his heart," she raps.

"A long time ago I made this. Then I found it tonight. I still like it," Iggy tweeted to her fans about the song. "And burgundy s--- isn't even a song, it's just an old verse I think is dope to me still."

In the meantime, Iggy is hard at work on her new mixtape 'TrapGold' and will join Tyga on his Closer to My Dreams tour, which kicks off on Sept. 4 in Los Angeles.

Listen to Iggy Azalea, 'Burgundy S---'