Banks’ track ‘Used To Being Alone’ and accompanying Twitter thread continue an ongoing feud between the two.
Think epic moments, festival cancellations, mud and Warney.
TMZ claims Banks unleashed on a guard after she tried to pull the fire alarm at the club.
Azealia Banks has hit critical levels of Azealia Banks, unleashing a homophobic tirade and allegedly trying to biff-on with several passengers onboard a flight from New York to Los Angeles. The Ice Princess apparently lashed out at a member of the flight staff, calling him a – cover your nan’s ears – “fucking faggot” in
So it was bound to happen, Queen La-Beef-a Azealia Banks has let us all know how she feels about the VMAs, in particular the whole Miley Cyrus/Nicki Minaj beef. Picking up her weapon of choice, aka Twitter, she first fired off a bitter bard at Miley over her hosting. “Miley Cyrus HAS to know her
Melbourne indie rapper Ivan Ooze has spoken out against US rapper Azealia Banks, calling her “a cyber bully” who “doesn’t deserve to tour this country” after she voiced her disappointment with both Australian audiences and Splendour In The Grass only days after performing at the festival. Ivan Ooze, who supported Banks at both her Sydney
Azealia Banks seems to be on some form of mission to start a feud with the entire Commonwealth of Australia. After trashing Aussie audiences as terrible, violent and belligerent cowards just days after performing at Splendour In The Grass 2015, the walking controversy magnet is once again on the diss, now claiming that the beloved
Only days after performing at Splendour In The Grass 2015, American controversy magnet Azealia Banks has spoken her mind about Australian audiences, calling them “terrible crowds” who are “violent and belligerent”. Taking to Twitter, Banks sprang into action after Brisbane radio announcer Paul Brown poked fun at her well-known tendency to play super-short sets. Brown
Holy moly, Azealia Banks. So. Much. Sass. Like, I can’t even. Chaos doesn’t begin to describe what happened at the Metro Theatre last night. Let’s just say there was a lot of wind machine action, magic eye light shows and at one point she definitely had a megaphone. Girl sure knows how to put on
Splendour In The Grass 2015 is just under a month away, but it’s never too late to delve into the crystal ball of music festivals to see what this year’s festivities will have to offer. With Glastonbury wrapping up over the weekend, we’ve collected 12 acts whose Glastonbury shenanigans have us begging for more. Renowned
Femcee extraordinaire and self-confessed controversy magnet Azealia Banks is getting in on the Splendour In The Grass 2015 sideshow action, announcing headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne this July, presented by Music Feeds. The Harlem rapper is no stranger to Australia, having performed at 2013’s Future Music Festival and Listen Out, following her last Splendour
Splendour In The Grass 2015 may have already sold out, but festivalheads who missed their chance to nab tickets to the Byron Bay camping spectacular still have a second shot to see some of their favourite acts this year, now that the sideshow parade has officially begun. Plenty of Splendour artists are giving punters a
Lead vocalist of Melbourne psychedelic rockers Closure In Moscow, Christopher de Cinque, has issued a formal apology for what he deems “a regrettable fuck up” in which he used a racially offensive term during a Twitter clash with Azealia Banks. The exchange of words began when the Melbourne outfit weighed in on Bank’s beef with
Hacker group Anonymous have threatened controversial artist Iggy Azalea with snapshots from an alleged x-rated sex tape of the Australian-born emcee, unless she issues a statement of apology to rival rapper Azealia Banks for “misappropriating black culture”. The hacktivist outfit also demanded Azalea apologise to New York protesters, stating that the Fancy performer is guilty
Harlem rapper Azealia Banks has used her ever-erratic Twitter account to vent concerns over racism in the US, and has done so by straight-up abusing Australian-born rapper Iggy Azalea, calling her “Igloo Australia” and a “wannabe black girl”. As Billboard point out, Banks began venting her frustration after a jury decided not to indict an
Rapper Azealia Banks has finally revealed the details behind her Twitter tirade against The Stone Roses, and subsequent cancellation of her Adelaide show, during Future Music Festival last year. During the 2013 festival, Banks took to Twitter claiming the UK outfit tried to sabotage her set at the Sydney leg of the festival. She cancelled
Eminem is receiving mixed reactions online following the release of a new cypher in support of his upcoming Shady Records compilation Shady XV. Most of the attention is being directed at a line where he raps about punching Lana Del Rey in the face, but Em also lets fly at openly gay TV anchor Anderson
After years of delays, online feuds, threats to leak it herself, and a final split from her record label, overnight Azealia Banks finally released her debut album Broke With Expensive Taste. Banks dropped a few clues on social media over the last few days alluding to the possible release of the record. Earlier this week
Azealia Banks has revealed that her wishes have finally been granted and she’s been dropped from her record label after almost a year of complaining over Twitter. With the prohibitive Interscope out of the picture, the Harlem rapper says her next wish is to join Splendour-bound post-punks Interpol. The 212 rapper recently took to her