Love all of Azealia Bank's songs, but it was ‘Liquorice’ that really did it for me, with her sharp indictment of the fetishization of black women. http://listengirlfriends.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/2012-the-years-fiercest-cultural-figures/
Harlem rap dynamo Azealia Banks repped her set on her breakout single, "212." A combination of slick-talking boom bap with designer bars, Azealia put hip-hop in a chokehold at the close of last year. Now also a budding fashion icon, Banks is planning to release her debut album, "Broke With Expensive Taste," sometime in September.
Prev1 of 2Next Yesterday, Azealia Banks hit up Ebro In The Morning to talk about her album Broke With Expensive Taste, leaving Interscope, her issues with Iggy Azalea and T.I., her childhood, fashion and more. Watch the interview on page 2. Prev1 of 2Next
Azealia Banks, rapper and singer. Some of her songs include L8R, Fierce, 212, Yung Rapunxel, Bambi, Jumanji, Esta Noche, & ATM Jam. Openly bisexual, she has expressed dissatisfaction with society's labeling of others based on sexual orientation. She has won a Billboard Award, an NME Award & an Urban Music Award. Her debut studio album Broke with Expensive Taste is currently slated for a January 2014 release.