Azealia Banks captures a very artistic aesthetic in her visual for “Chasing Time” from her recently released debut album Broke With Expensive Taste.
Newly emancipated from her label ties to Interscope Records, it’s unclear if Azealia Banks has re-signed somewhere else or if she’s still moving independently. Despite her circumstances, the rapper plans to release her long-delayed album, Broke With Expensive Taste, and returns with a new single called “Heavy Metal And Reflective” to boot.
Despite having a hell of a year that boasts production credits on Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” and more, Pharrell‘s sonic magic didn’t translate through his Azealia Banks collaboration, “ATM Jam.” However, the highly opinionated rapper has a theory for why her Broke With Expensive Taste single didn’t live up to hit status.
Azealia Banks returns with a colorful visual for her Pharrell-assisted single “ATM Jam” for your viewing pleasure.
Azealia Banks is working on her own timetable. Although she has yet to drop her proper debut, Broke With Expensive Taste, today she released a new song called “Count Contessa,” which is the lead single to her sophomore album. You keeping up?
UPDATE: Azealia Banks delivers a CDQ version of her Pharrell-assisted release. Check it out after the jump. Well that was fast. Just days after debuting her new track “#ATMJAM” at the 2013 Glastonbury Festival, Hot 97 premieres the full version of Azealia Banks’ Pharrell-assisted single for your listening pleasure.
It seems like she’s been talking about it forever, but Azalia Banks finally drops the video for “Young Rapunxel,” off her forthcoming Broke With Expensive Taste album.
Azealia Banks gives us a bird’s eye view of her recent Miami adventures in the video for “No Problems.”