Harlem is in the building!
Azealia Banks just dropped her long awaited EP 1991 this morning, and we couldn’t be more excited to hear new music from this rising femcee!
"Van Vogue" is the latest single off 1991 to hit the web, and it’s the perfect follow up to “Jumanji."
On the upbeat Euro-rap track Banks raps:
"Pretty prissy / be pretty pretty prissy / b*tches on the cover like they pretty AB / pretty AB / pretty pretty AB / damn little bam / you could get it may-be / the b*tches always frontin' like they in the AZ / I be doin me / but these bitches can’t breathe.”
Banks has got a sharp tongue and some sick word flow.
This Thursday the “212” rapper will be celebrating her 21st birthday and will join the all-star lineup of artists performing on the Hot 97 Summer Jam stage.
The video for "Van Vogue" is slated to drop soon as well, but for now press play up top to listen to Banks' latest cut.