Often-controversial rapper Azealia Banks played Glastonbury Festival yesterday (June 29) and as well as her more recognisable tracks dropped a preview of what’s believed to be her collaboration with Pharrell Williams.
As well as playing tracks like her breakthrough single ‘212’ Banks played a snippet of a track thought to be called ‘ATM Jam’, which is believed to be her forthcoming collaboration with Pharrell Williams.
The fairly trap-heavy track sees some impressive rapping from Banks, and looks like Williams will fill in the chorus sections.
Banks announced her collaboration with Pharrell, one of the most in demand producers in the world at the moment, to Twitter in the middle of a bizarre series of posts about finding the perfect penis.
The news came shortly after it had been reported that the rapper’s management had banned her from her own Twitter account.
Listen to a teaser of the Pharrel collaboration below
Banks also recently claimed she had collaborated with exploding dance duo Disclosure on a new track, with Banks tweeting, “Just had an amazing session with @disclosure!!!!!”
But the fraternal duo were quick to play down the rapper’s comments, telling a Dutch radio station they’d meet Banks once, but that they didn’t have a song with her yet.
“I think she’s kind of taken to Twitter quite heavily with the fact she’s meeting with us,” the duo said.
“Her Twitter was just like, in capital letters, ‘I’m going into the studio with Disclosure to make the greatest studio session of all time oh my god god god god god god’,” they continued.
“We don’t usually mention when we go into the studio with someone. All these blogs think we’ve now made a masterpiece but really, we just sat there eating sushi.”
But judging by the preview played at Glastonbury, Banks’ collaboration with Pharrell is one that definitely does seem to be going ahead.
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