While Azealia Banks is often making headlines for her controversial comments towards her fellow female rappers, her ability to create music that transcends genre is second to none, blending house-inspired electronic sounds with her signature New York bars. On "Movin' On Up," Azealia celebrates her femininity and sexuality, with a track that we can see going off at the nightclub. Banks raps about her choice in men, while still finding a way to claim her superiority among women in hip-hop, rhyming, "Bitches be jockin' the hip-hop phenomenon."
Azealia is hungry to build her name and hopefully claim the throne in a female rap game that is filling up steadily. Azealia has been attempting to stake her claim for years and her upcoming Fantasea II: The Second Wave can be her time to shine.
Now this that very ghetto acapello
Dinero, sport the season to date, my n---as
I been getting cheddar since whenever
Ever since quarters in piggy bank
Now it's pricey diamond, feisty niña
Icy diva, ¡ay que linda!
Hoops with a zoot suit, like Khadijah
Single life, single letter on my flight to greet ya