Azaleans have been waiting far too long for new Iggy Azalea tunes but, luckily, the Australian rapper is finally ready to make her return.

On Thursday (January 25), Azalea shared the single artwork for "Savior," her upcoming track featuring Migos' rapper Quavo.

The image sees Azalea, wearing a glamorous gown and jewels trickling down her hair, poised atop an old fashioned television set. See below:

"The countdown begins!" the "Fancy" artist tweeted at midnight, along with the song's release date: February 2.

Back in July 2017, the rapper opened up about her frustrations with her label, Def Jam, accusing the company of refusing to release any more singles from her now-cancelled sophomore album, Digital Distortion.

In one tweet, Azalea lamented that her album had been "pretty much" put on indefinite hold. "[It] sucks," she wrote. "'Savior' is great. I'm very disappointed that's their decision."

A few weeks earlier, Azalea revealed that due to it leaking, she would not officially release the music video for her song "Switch" featuring Brazilian performer Anitta.

In November, the rapper announced that she plans to release a new album, titled Surviving the Summer, in 2018.