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Beef stirrer and Interscope/Polydor artist Azealia Banks has a four-track EP titled 1991 that’s out over in the UK but stateside fans will have to wait to cop it until tomorrow (May 29). But we do get a frisky single called “Van Vogue” from the project to check out in the meanwhile.

Be sure to listen all they way through to the end were she proceeds to talks sh-t with “Clyde Smith” (word to Ghostface) style vocal effect. “You stepped it up, you not at Mcdonalds, you at Chipotle,” she taunts. Chipotle is >, though. Hypetrak has full stream of 1991 if you’re thirsty. Listen to “Van Vogue” below.

 

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