Azealia Banks Reps the "Crown" on New Song

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Azealia Banking companies is likely at least as popular for her controversial social media antics as she is for her tunes. But make no miscalculation, she’s a quite damn superior rapper, and she proves it on “Crown,” a assured track that sees the talented MC flex her expertise.

Around an instrumental that seems like quick squirting from a bottle of lotion and a drum defeat, Azealia flies into a quick-hearth circulation, stunting on anyone who’d dare question her flyness. On the hook she shouts, “When I’m repping this crown I be stepping in fashion I be breaking it down/Accomplishing feminine things/Pink lemonade chain and my tummy ring blings.”

She proceeds, “When I appear for this funds, not a typical bitch do not you at any time neglect/That I’m repping this crown, so you greater wyle out when the (?) is in town.” You can hear to the energetic new track for you down below.

In other Azealia Banking companies-relevant news, the 25-12 months-outdated MC just lately termed out Rihanna more than the Anti artist’s feedback in opposition to President Trump. “YOU Can’t Take part IN AMERICANISM AND THEN Convert About TO CONDEMN IT,” she wrote in a pretty very long Instagram write-up aimed at the “Work” performer.

She ongoing, “As significantly as Rihanna (who isn’t a citizen, and can’t vote) and all the relaxation of the celebs who are making use of their affect to stir the general public. You good deal seriously need to have to shut up and sit down. Quit chastising the president. It’s stupid and pathetic to observe. All of these baffled persons confuse other baffled persons. Hoping the president fails is like finding on a aircraft and hoping the pilot crashes.”

We hope these two can perform out their variations at some place, but based on them both of those leaking each individual other’s phone quantities, that does not appear to be all that most likely.

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