Azealia Banks’ ‘1991’ EP Delayed … Again
Someone keeps f***ing up Azealia Banks‘ fun. The Harlem rapper’s debut EP 1991, which was meant to drop Tuesday (Apr. 17) after being pushed back in late March, has been delayed for a second time. Azealia candidly tweeted Monday, “For all you asking “1991” is getting delayed.. AGAIN. :( #newartistproblems”.
She went on to explain:
“I just switched management.. Literally like three days ago, and have a whole new set of resources to take advantage of. We’re gonna vamp this up and make it official.. No more ghetto mixes and closet recording.. I have a budget now! #brokewithexpensivetaste”.
Though Banks’ team have yet to confirm a new drop date for 1991, the EP will reportedly feature two new tracks, “1991” and “Grand Prix,” in addition to “Liquorice”, her breakout song “212” and a handful of previously unheard remixes which may include Lana Del Rey. The release is meant to tease the Coachella performer’s debut full-length Broke With Expensive Taste, currently in the works with super producer Paul Epworth.