It’s been a great few months for Harlem’s Azealia Banks. After spending a couple years on the grind trying to make a name for herself, she released ’212′ – a track which quickly transformed from an underground cult find, to a serious mainstream contender. It would seem all eyes are on this girl right now.
Yesterday she dropped a new track called ‘Liquorice’, a song which showcases her sharp, floetic rhyming style along with her preference for more dance-orientated beats. Ignoring the unmastered singing, her flow says a lot here – again tapping into that 90′s femcee steeze – something we’ve been starved of for a long time.
The next year will be all about maintaining for Banks. Moreover, it’ll be about balancing her buzz.