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Azealia Banks Changes Mixtape Title from ‘Fantastic’ to ‘Fantasea’.

Written by Marc Zanotti on May 31, 2012

21-year-old birthday girl Azealia Banks has taken to her Twitter account to announce a switch of titles for her forthcoming mixtape.

As Music Feeds recently reported, Banks has already uploaded a little piece of the newly dubbed Fanatasea on SoundCloud. The track lifted from the mixtape is called Jumanji and is produced by Hudson Mohawke and Nick Hook.

In other Banks news, the rapper’s new EP, 1991, is out now digitally and will be released physically on June 12, 2012. Meanwhile, Banks’ debut LP Broke with Expensive Taste is expected to be out in September.

Listen: – Azealia Banks – Jumanji – from upcoming mixtape Fantasea

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