Azealia Banks-Fantasea Mixtape

A few short weeks after releasing her 4-track 1991 EP, the first full-length project we’ve seen from Azealia since 212 really took off arrives.

Features are sparse, with only the previously-released Styles P assist and a surprise feature from Hackney native Shystie making the grade, and in Azealia’s situation I’d have played it no differently. She’s no stranger to controversy and knows how to attract attention, hence there are a lot of expectant eyes on her (probably the reason for the artwork) that want Banks to really prove she’s got longevity. Can she match the hype? Free grab below.

Azealia Banks-Fantasea

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