Azealia Banks Reps the “Crown” on New Song
Azealia Banks is probably at least as famous for her controversial social media antics as she is for her music. But make no mistake, she's a pretty damn good rapper, and she proves it on "Crown," a confident song that sees the talented MC flex her skills.
Over an instrumental that sounds like rapid squirting from a bottle of lotion and a drum beat, Azealia flies into a rapid-fire flow, stunting on anyone who'd dare doubt her flyness. On the hook she shouts, "When I'm repping this crown I be stepping in style I be breaking it down/Doing feminine things/Pink lemonade chain and my belly ring blings."
She continues, "When I come for this cash, not a regular bitch don't you ever forget/That I'm repping this crown, so you better wyle out when the (?) is in town." You can listen to the energetic new track for yourself below.
In other Azealia Banks-related news, the 25-year-old MC recently called out Rihanna over the Anti artist's comments against President Trump. “YOU CANNOT PARTICIPATE IN AMERICANISM AND THEN TURN AROUND TO CONDEMN IT,” she wrote in a very long Instagram post aimed at the "Work" performer.
She continued, “As far as Rihanna (who isn’t a citizen, and can’t vote) and all the rest of the celebrities who are using their influence to stir the public. You lot really need to shut up and sit down. Stop chastising the president. It’s stupid and pathetic to watch. All of these confused people confuse other confused people. Hoping the president fails is like getting on a plane and hoping the pilot crashes.”
We hope these two can work out their differences at some point, but based on them both leaking each other's phone numbers, that doesn't seem all that likely.
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