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The thing to know (and love?) about Azealia Banks is that her Twitter mood changes with the weather, as does the direction of her Broke With Expensive Taste debut. Banks has scrapped the two tracks, “Miss Amor” and Miss Camraderie,” as the first singles off her forthcoming release, and replaced them with “Yung Rapunxel.”
Azealia Banks just reached the legal drinking age this past May, but could the fast-rising Harlem native already be considering retirement? In an interview with Hypetrak TV during her recent stop in Hong Kong for the Clockenflap music festival, the 1991 rapper spoke on her favorite music of the year, her full-length LP Broke With […]
The feisty Azealia Banks drops the video for the title track, “1991,” off her recent EP. Now the Harlem rapper, vocalist, or whatever she wants to be considered this week, get busy over sparse but funky, Machinedrum-produced track. The cipher is complete as the Interscope/Polydor artist now has a video for every song on the […]
She may grabs lots of headlines for her various Twitter beefs, but Azealia Banks is still working very hard on her music career. The Harlem native, who dropped her Fantasea mixtape last month, has offered up new footage from her 1991 EP. Although she’s not quite ready to unleash her music video for “Van Vogue,” Banks […]
Azealia Banks took her Mermaid Ball to the Henry Ford Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. last night, and she was full of surprises. According to Rap-Up, the crowd was warmed up by the likes of Maluca, Gita, Rye Rye, and more, before the 20-year-old hit the stage for a 45-minute set. Dressed in a barely there […]
Azealia Banks rides it like a cowboy in the new video for “Liquorice.” This upbeat jam is off of her new EP, 1991. If i’m not mistaken, this is her first video since her break out “212,” single which came out almost ten months ago. Seems like a lot has changed since then as evident […]
Azealia Banks hasn’t even dropped an official album yet, but she’s already done with rap. The 20-year-old pulled a “Nicki Minaj,” by using Twitter to prove that she means business.