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[new]: Azealia Banks – Count Contessa

By Will Oliver, September 22nd 2013

Azealia Banks - Count Contessa

Azealia Banks’ debut (studio) album Broke With Expensive Taste isn’t coming out until next January, as it has gone through a few delays. She’s planning even further ahead announcing that she will release another next year titled Fantasea II: The Second Wave on July 11, 2014.

You can already take a listen to one track from the mixtape. It’s called “Count Contessa” and it features a sample of “Aquamarine” by Lone. It’s got a smooth chill vibe, leaving room for a dancy vibe and flow from Miss Banks.

Take a listen below.

[new]: Azealia Banks – Jumanji

By Will Oliver, May 11th 2012 — with 1 comment

“Jumanji” is the fiery first listen from Azealia Banks’ upcoming mixtape Fantastic. It features a worldly tropical production via Hudson Mohawke and Nick Hook.

The mixtape is due this summer, Banks will release her 1991 EP within the next month, and her debut album Broke With Expensive Taste is due in September. Get used to hearing from Banks, you’re going to be hearing a lot about her in the next few months.

Enjoy the awesomely fun “Jumanji” below.

[mp3]: Azealia Banks – Jumanji

[new]: Azealia Banks – Liquorice

By Will Oliver, December 17th 2011

I’m still getting over how great “212” is, but I’m also very interested to see what else Azealia Banks can do. She just posted a new song called “Liquorice” on her tumblr. Smooth verses over chilled out beats works fine for me.

2012 is going to be a big year for this girl. No doubt in my mind. Check out “Liquorice” below.

Azealia Banks – 212

By Will Oliver, October 24th 2011 — with 1 comment

These days I seem to be getting hungrier and hungrier for great dance stuff. Whether it be a hybrid or straight up electro, dance influenced music is getting a lot of love from me.

I would like to make sure that you’re aware of Azealia Banks. She’s a 20-year-old lyricist from Harlem, NYC who is going to shoot up the ranks pretty soon. Her incredible “212” is a drunk anthem waiting to happen. If this doesn’t become a staple of all the clubs, then they’re doing something wrong. It’s a good mix and match of rap and dance, with flirtations of r&b. It’s just as awesome as it sounds.

This is how you make a name for yourself. Excited to see what else this young lady pumps out:

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