Azealia Banks introduces her alter ego on the first single off her upcoming Interscope debut, Broke With Expensive Taste. No need to shout, ma.
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Azealia Banks kept it short on 1991. But depending on who you ask, she probably could’ve kept it to herself. Azealia’s efforts are admirable, but her EP is a messy integration of dance and hip-hop. Filling the void of Snap! and Crystal Waters is tough, but unlike her predecessors, Azealia’s lyrics are convoluted and shielded behind mindless instrumentals. 1991 was a good year, but we’ll leave this one in 2012.
The paws continue to be thrown as Azealia Banks wastes no time firing back at Angel Haze’s diss record. If you can look past the soundbite, Banks got a few scratches in of her own. However, Haze 1. Banks 0.
It’s Hell Up In Harlem and rapper Angel Haze is leading the charge against Azealia Banks. According to Miss Info, the war of words started on Twitter and snowballed into a new diss record. Bout to be a girl fight.
Bad bitches do it and Azealia Banks does it too on her first track of the new year. Expect her debut album Broke With Expensive Taste to drop February 12.
As part of the #ShowYourColor campaign, all eyes are on Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, MGK,
Guided by the green screen, Azealia Banks brings her voyage to Atlantis to the tube in support of her Fantasea mixtape. Too bad this wasn’t left out in sea.