M.I.A. amped up the girl power for the remix of her “Bad Girls” single. The British rapper/singer has a reputation for being bad—most recently flipping off the camera at the Super Bowl—and has commissioned the help of fellow outspoken rapper Azealia Banks, for the track.
Also joining the line-up are Missy Elliott, and Baltimore rapper, Rye Rye. "BAD GIRLS REMIXES COMING SOON !!!!!! @MissyElliott @RyeRye @AZEALIABANKS> f**k!!!! you all killed it !!!!!! in your own wayzzzzzzzz high in the himalays again!" the 36-year-old tweeted. No word yet on when the record will actually see the light of day, but it will likely lead up to the release of her Mantangi album. In an interview with Spin, the London native gave an update on the forthcoming project. “I've been working on the songs by myself for a while,” she continued. ”I'm trying to work with tons of people, I don't really wanna say any names because I haven't actually chosen what songs are going on it yet.”
Aside from the music, M.I.A recently designed a special edition bottle of Beck's Beer.
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