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Do a search for "trap" on SoundCloud and you'll find more than 500 tracks uploaded with the tag in the last three days. What's interesting, though, are the labels that show up with the most frequency…   Read Story »
Azealia Banks just dropped her long-awaited Fantasea mixtape, a release that's suffered a few delays but managed to keep excitement high thanks to tracks like "Jumanji," "Aquababe," "Neptune" and…   Read Story »
Here's another from Azealia Bank's forthcoming mixtape Fantasea, a track called "Neptune" that features the British rapper Shystie. It rides a pulsating piece of production that sounds, fittingly…   Read Story »
Harlem dance-rap sensation Azealia Banks has just released yet another free MP3 out into the online ether. Like a lot of her other songs, this one has her going in over a jittery dance-music beat,…   Read Story »
It's our first mixtape of summer! Accordingly, you should probably just act first and think later and just download it with reckless abandon, as you should do absolutely everything now that it is the…   Read Story »
After last week's explosion of awesome, this week couldn't help but feel something like a letdown in the music-video department. But there was still definitely some heat, especially in our pick for…   Read Story »
In the video for "Liquorice," a dance-rap track from her new 1991 EP, young Harlem star Azealia Banks wraps herself in all sorts of American iconography, including a moment where two cowgirl Azealias…   Read Story »
Azealia Banks is now off of Twitter, but her spurt of solid musical output continues unabated. Here's another one from the forthcoming Fantasea, a gurgling track produced by frequent collaborator…   Read Story »
Thanks to Peter Rosenberg's sexist comments, Azealia Banks was the lone billed female performer at yesterday's Hot 97 Summer Jam, yet another circumstance indicative of the spotlight the young Harlem…   Read Story »
Some months, you get blockbuster bands releasing big singles in stream-only format. May was not like that -- May was a good month for freely downloadable MP3s. Respect, May. In the ten-track zip…   Read Story »