Azealia Banks - Liquorice mp3 album
Look, niggas really wanna beat they chest for B-A-N-K-S These niggas be gorillas for the pin-k flesh These niggas be vanilla, the chips be legitimate They just want the pumpernickel sis in the linens with 'em So since you vanilla men spend Can my hot fudge bitches get with your vanilla friends? Hey, I’m the liquorice bitch You know I’m looking for these niggas if these niggas is rich I make hits, motherfucker Do you jiggle your dick when your bitch pop singing on the liquorice hit, ya know
American rapper Azealia Banks has released one studio album, two extended play (EP), two mixtapes and nineteen singles. At the age of seventeen in November 2008, Banks adopted the stage name Miss Bank$ and signed to XL Recordings. However, she ended the contract with the label quickly afterwards due to conflicting ideas. In 2009, Banks released several songs onto the internet for free download, including "Gimme a Chance" and "Seventeen"
Azealia Amanda Banks (/əˈziːliə/; born May 31, 1991) is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and actress. Raised in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, she began releasing music through Myspace in 2008 before being signed to XL Recordings when she was 17 years old. In 2011, her single "212" went viral and entered several international charts. Banks subsequently signed with Interscope and Polydor Records.
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Artist: Azealia Banks. Translations: German. Look, niggas really wanna beat they chest. Hope you feel alright, yeah. Hey, I'm the liquorice bitch. You know I'm lookin for these niggas if these niggas is rich. He got creme for ya color and a blue eye too.
Listen to Liquorice by Azealia Banks. Twitterverse beefs with rivals real and perceived (Iggy Azalea, Lil' Kim) has led a lot of people to dismiss Azealia Banks as a jerk, which is too bad because she has real talent. On her 1991 EP she channels dance legends like Sweet Pussy Pauline, flexes raunchy lyrics with as much skill as Nicki Minaj, and sings coquettishly over fantastic deep house beats like on "1991" and "212. Azealia's sexy and nasty attitude is part of her allure, but it sounds much better over this hip-house gem. Mosi Reeves. Latest albums by Azealia Banks
- Written-By – Azealia Banks, Matthew Cutler*
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- ISRC: GB-UM7-12-04039