"I'm planning my wedding, [but] actually moved my wedding 'cause I have to tour, so my wedding plans are changing," the 25-year-old revealed during an interview with Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show. "It was going to happen at the end of the year, but now I have to go to work, so we'll probably have to wait until the end of the next basketball season to do that. So that kind of is a bit sucky, but it's alright."
Young, 30, popped the question to Azalea at his 30th birthday party, and according to Azalea, the Los Angeles Lakers star is "totally understanding" and "does not mind" the delay.
"He's like, 'I can be a bachelor for longer' and like, he's really milking it, he's really milking the whole thing," Azalea explained. "So he's really happy. Any time he wants to go out with the boys, he's like, 'This is my last summer being a bachelor!' So he likes that. He can milk it for longer with me, so he's excited."
"Now our honeymoon's just going to be our vacation and then I'll pick another honeymoon," she added.
On the same day of her interview with Seacrest, the Australian rapper dropped a new music video for "Team," her first single off her second studio album, Digital Distortion, which is expected to be released this summer.
The dance video -- choreographed by Tricia Miranda -- shows no sign of Azalea herself, but instead features a talented crew of hip-hop dancers dressed in '90s-inspired gear breaking and twerking inside an empty warehouse, much like what we saw in Justin Bieber's "Sorry" video.
"I would feel every claustrophobic," she said in reference to the paparazzi who were around her nonstop. "I didn't feel like I could go and live my normal life because I felt like I had to be weary all the time of who was taking a picture of me and what that would turn into and what that storyline would be."
After a series of heated Twitter feuds with stars like Azealia Banks and constantly making headlines for her expressive opinions, Azalea told Daly that taking a break from social media "helped a lot."
"I think [being on social media] was very negative -- just putting me in a dark place," she confessed. "I already had enough going on. I had a lot of stuff going on personally that wasn't anything to do with who's dissing who or any of that kind of stuff."
"So, it was just a lot of stuff for me to handle," she added. "I think the social media stuff on top of that just kind of took it over the edge a bit for me."