Azealia Banks Bashes Beyonce’s “Lemonade” You know that joke about Azealia Banks growing up to be Khia? Well…. The controversial rapper got into it with author Ta-Nehisi Coates about the importance of Beyonce’s “Lemonade.” While Ta-Nehisi thought “Lemonade” was
Azealia Banks is accusing Beyonce of capitalizing on "black women’s suffering" with her visual album 'Lemonade.' Continue reading…
The big question in hip-hop this season: which megaartiste made the superior album, Kanye West or Kendrick Lamar?
Well, the lyrics to Beyonce's Lemonade album are still tearing the freaking country apart for some reason, but in an unexpected twist, the controversial recording has managed to very temporarily unite two longtime rivals. Yes, it seems...Show More Summary
Azealia Banks says Beyonce's latest album 'Lemonade' is bad for Black women and accuses her of stealing ideas. Continue reading…
Taking a break from legal charges of assault, attempted assault, disorderly conduct and harassment, and featuring almost weekly in our Friday Feuds column, Azealia Banks has just dropped the visuals for her recent dance track “The Big Big Beat.” Directed by renowned videographer Matt Sukkar, the video has a ’90s pop-house vibe and sees Azealia strutting […]
There are troubled souls, and then there’s Azealia Banks. The female rapper from Harlem broke onto the scene a few years and seemed to have a promising music career ahead of her with her breakout single, “212.” The edgy, hypnotic tune became the darling of music critics and indie hipsters alike, which helped Azealia quickly Azealia Banks vs. Show More Summary
Who in the world would name his or her latest music album after lemonade? Right, only Beyonce. The musical world will never be the same again as the demand for music to be both musical as well as visual will soon be at an all-time high. Show More Summary
Azealia delivers an "Artistic FU" to the justice system with her new video from 'Slay-Z.'
Azealia Banks is not sipping the Lemonade Beyoncé gave the world. The rapper sent out a slew of tweets on Monday, dissing Bey's sixth album, particularly because of the singer's "sad black female sufferance" and usage of religiousShow More Summary
Azealia Banks dances it out in the music video for her brand new single “The Big Big Beat“! The track is included on the 24-year-old entertainer’s brand new 8-track SLAY-Z EP, which you can stream for free via her official Soundcloud page. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Azealia Banks “Is the #BEYHIVE ready [...]
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Along with being one of the best songs on Slay-Z, “The Big Big Beat” is one of Azealia Banks’ best songs period. The Detroit house rapped/sung banger was the first song that Banks released from her recent mixtape, and today it became the first video release associated with the project. After experiencing multiple delays, Azealia finally unleashed […]
Have you heard Azealia Banks likes to get in trouble with the law? The last time we saw her she was giving the paparazzi hell while on her way to a court hearing for allegedly assaulting a New York City club security guard. (Never say Azealia isn't always on-brand.) Welp, ... More »
Azealia Banks turns New York City into her personal dance floor in the new video for "The Big Big Beat" off her latest mixtape, Slay-Z. Directed by Matt Sukkar, the simple but entertaining clip opens with an extended sequence in which Banks saunters and shakes up and down a dull, narrow beige...
Club-rap lightning rod Azealia Banks stays in our news feed mostly because of the goofy-ass antics she loves to pull. But she gets away with that stuff, in large part, because she’s a hugely talented and charismatic performer. And we see evidence of that in her video for the huge, old-school house stomper “The Big […]
A new Slay-Z clip.
Azealia Banks has shared the video for "The Big Big Beat," from her recent Slay-Z mixtape. In the video, directed by Matt Sukkar, Banks dances in front of a Manhattan courthouse and on top of a police car. Late last year, Banks was arrested after an alleged attack on a security guard at a New York nightclub. Show More Summary
Last night, Azealia Banks played some unreleased material in a live Periscope stream. Among the things she previewed were selections from her upcoming sophomore album Business And Pleasure, which is supposed to come out after another mixtape (Fantasea II), and a track that she hinted was originally recorded for Rihanna. Watch the full Periscope here […]