Azealia Banks may have reignited her feud with Nicki Minaj, but, that isn't to distract from the Harlem native's latest effort "Treasure Island" making waves.

The house-infused banger finds the boisterous rapper tapping into her inner aquatic goddess as she delivers a spitfire of rhymes and harmonious melodies. "Hips roll slow like the waves on the low tide/The shoreline, you're all mine/Ugh, nigga I done gave you the co-sign/The pussy so good niggas call it a gold mine," she rhymes effortlessly.

"Treasure Island" marks the follow-up to Banks hit single “Anna Wintour," both of which are set to be featured on the rapper's forthcoming Fantasea Two: The Second Wave projcect. While a release date has yet to be announced, Azealia has revealed one of the covers for the double disc set.

Banks initially teased "Treasure Island" earlier last month, assuring fans that it would arrive on July 13. But, perhaps her recent feud with Nicki Minaj was the catalyst behind the The Dr. Luke and Cirkut production dropping earlier than expected. Late Thursday night (July 5), Banks accused the Head Barb of drawing inspiration from her for the long-awaited video for "Bed."

“Chicken of the sea sis. Stay in your own lane. @nickiminaj lol you running out of ideas girl,” Banks wrote on Twitter Thursday night.

Press play on "Treasure Island" below.

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