Not that Azealia Banks didn’t clap back at Jim Jones on Twitter during their medium rare beef last week. She did. The beef quickly turned from medium rare to well done when the Harlem newbie hit the studio and dropped “Succubi” only days after Jones called her a “slore” on Twitter. A Harlem rapper battling a fellow Harlem rapper takes us back to 2004.
“It takes a Harlem b— to execute a Harlem b—,” she raps. Banks also goes in by calling him a girl and doubting his street cred. Produced by AraabMuzik, the hardcore beat brings out the raw flow of Banks that slays in “Jumanji.” The slack she caught for making the diss record was inevitable. Due to her history of confrontations with other rappers Banks get a bad rap (no pun intended) for having a bad attitude to which she took to Twitter to respond to. “You can’t be mad at me for flexing. He called me a slore. Im a rapper. I rap…It’s what I do,” she tweeted. She continued, “Idgi!!! seriously… men are allowed to spar when attacked but i can’t?!?!?! WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF ?!!?!….why are men allowed to say and do whatever the f— they want??! who made that a rule?! its annoying that anyone thinks i do anything i do for attention…like their attention is of any kind of f—– importance.”
She does have a point. Hip-hop is based on bravado. It’s always been ultra competitive so there should be no exception because she’s a woman. We’re just happy she finally used this as ammunition worthy of being put on wax.
Azealia Banks Unleashes New Track “Succubi” [Idolator]
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