Azealia Banks cancels new album
Azealia Banks has definitively cancelled the launch of her new album Fantasea II: The Second Wave. The record was set to be released in March and then postponed, until the rapper’s shock decision: it is cancelled.
Fantasea II – intended to be a follow-up to the singer’s 2012 mixtape Fantasea – has already been anticipated by two official singles: “Anna Wintour” (released April 6) and “Treasure Island” (released July 6).
Azealia took to Instagram to reveal that fans would be waiting a while longer while she focused on her own needs: “Album is cancelled. I need some time to relax and bounce on d**k. I’ll release new music when I feel like it…”
The rapper’s decision comes days after she clashed with Nick Cannon, having accused the stars of his MTV sketch comedy show Wild ‘N Out of making jokes that pushed her to tears. However, Nick hit back at Azealia’s claims and accused her of causing unnecessary controversy.