She’s definitely on her way up! Azealia Banks is following in Nicki Minaj and inked's footsteps and puckering up with MAC Cosmetics. The Dazed & Confused cover girl collaborated with the beauty brand on Yung Rapunxel, a limited edition lipstick in a deep, rich shade of plum. Azealia's 'stick will launch on September 6th, in conjunction with [...]
Taking a break from writing her unfiltered lyrics, Azelia Banks nabbed the September 2012 cover of Dazed & Confused! magazine, which is shaping up to be the most controversial glossy of the year. The 21-year-old actress posed with an...Show More Summary
Bisexual rapper Azealia Banks kept up her provocative MO with a controversial cover photo in Dazed and Confused, which hit newsstands Wednesday. In the photo shot by Sharif Hamza and styled by Karen Langley, the mermaid-haired music artist holds an inflated raspberry-colored condom up to her mouth, as if she were smoking a cigar. Show More Summary
When I heard that Harlem-born rapper and lyricist Azealia Banks’s cover of art and fashion mag Dazed & Confused had been banned in seven countries before the issue even hit stands, I anticipated something infinitely more vulgar than her flipping off the camera as she inflates/fellates a condom. I mean, that’s practically some Taylor Swift [...]
Fire up your "OMG, scandalous!" or your "Big deal! Who cares?" buttons: British fashion magazine Dazed & Confused has finally released its controversial Azealia Banks...
Azealia Banks graces the cover of Dazed & Confused‘s September issue, out now. The 21-year-old rapper actress posed for photographer Sharif Hamza and was interviewed by Karley Sciortino for the mag. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Azealia Banks “I really enjoyed interviewing her. She’s an extremely smart and driven person,” Karley expressed about [...]
Rapper Azealia Banks poses on the cover of this month’s Dazed & Confused but only a few lucky countries will be able to see it. According to the British fashion magazine’s Twitter feed, the cover photo has been banned by at least 7 countries. Dazed & Confused wrote on Twitter: “Just been told our upcoming Azealia Banks cover [...]Show More Summary
Sexual! Dazed & Confused has rolled out, er, down Azealia Banks' controversial September issue cover and it's actually better than we thought. As we mentioned earlier, the cover is banned in seven countries because the rapper is blowing up a big ol' pink condom. We don't know what the big deal is, it's just a rubber. Heaven [...]
Azealia Banks' cover of Dazed & Confused has dropped. As you can see, it features a shot of the rapper with an inflated pink condom between her lips, held like a cigar. (The cover line is "Azealia Banks Blows Up.") The combination of...Show More Summary
The Azealia Banks covers so and so magazine posts are becoming a daily routine. The Harlem rapper and singer is the subject of a provocative cover of the UK’s Dazed & Confused magazine. The cover image drew some controversy since
Azealia Banks’ second collaboration with photographer turned director Rankin was released yesterday through Hunger Tv. In other Azealia Banks news, her recent cover for Dazed and Confused magazine was banned [...] No related posts.
Today we can present the cover and cover story of the new September 2012 Issue of UK magazine Dazed & Confused. The cover features up and coming singer Azealia Banks with the title “Azealia Banks Blows Up”. She is blowing… The Azealia Banks Dazed & Confused Magazine Cover That Was Banned In 7 Countries is a post by David Fischer on Highsnobiety.
Dazed & Confused A condom. Aquamarine-colored hair. Azealia Banks. That's what covers the September issue of Dazed & Confused magazine, however, some of the Harlem native's fans in certain countries will never have access to the provocative...Show More Summary
Azealia Banks and a (SFW) visual pun involving condoms was just too much for the newsstand-going public. More » Post from: TheGloss
This morning, Dazed & Confused released its September cover, which features Azealia Banks blowing up a condom. The magazine claimed seven countries took preventative measures of their own upon seeing the image, banning the cover even before it hit newsstands — which seems like a bit much, because we can name plenty of ... More »
Last week, we reported that Dazed & Confused‘s September cover had been banned in several countries–seven, to be exact. The mag tweeted, with just a little bit of smug satisfaction, “Just been told our upcoming @AZEALIABANKS cover has been banned from 7 countries so far. Thank God for the Internet, huh?” Indeed. As dutiful workers [...]Show More Summary
Who would've thought the hard-core-all-in-your-face-rapper's mag cover would be banned?!? Azealia Banks takes ish from no one, but the Can't Stop Now rapper got her Dazed & Confused cover BANNED from seven countries. Dayum, that's some...Show More Summary
When your first big hit prominently features two lines containing the see-you-next-tuesday word (which we can’t actually say because … you know … page views, we like them), it probably stands to figure that you really aren’t uncomfortable getting a bit naughty. Unfortunately, despite the fact that most people are adults and can probably handle [...]
Good thing magazines can’t really rely on newsstand sales to make money anyway. Not unlike some of her song lyrics, Azealia Banks‘ forthcoming cover for Brit fashion magazine Dazed & Confused is going to be pretty risqué. So risqué in fact that seven countries have apparently decided not to display or sell it. We don’t [...]Show More Summary
British fashion magazine Dazed & Confused hasn't yet released its September cover, which reportedly features rapper Azealia Banks blowing into a pink condom like a balloon, but it's already been banned in seven countries, according to the magazine's Twitter feed. "Thank God for the Internet, huh?" they wrote yesterday. Thank ... More »