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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 4-track project (“Liquorice,” “Van Vogue,” and the one that started her run, “212.”)

Although her name isn’t anywhere to be found on its alleged tracklist, Banks was recenty flown out to Hawaii to work on G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer album.

Banks’ announced a couple of weeks ago that her proper debut, Broke With Expensive Taste, won’t be out until 2013. Hopefully it will be worth the wait.

Watch the Justin Mitchell directed video for “1991” after the break.


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