Interscope/Polydor recording artist Azealia Banks' new video, "Liquorice," is out now on VEVO.
The clip, which was lensed by celebrated director/photographer Rankin, can be viewed below.
Azealia Banks - Liquorice (Explicit) video:
The clip follows Banks' "212 (featuring Lazy Jay)" video, which has racked up more than 20 million views to date.
Both songs are from Banks' debut EP, 1991, a tantalizing four-track collection that left Rolling Stone begging: "More, please." The EP is available now in CD, digital and vinyl formats.
Azealia topped NME's Cool List, ranked in the Top 3 of the BBC Sounds of 2012 poll and was the subject of two features in The New York Times - all before her debut EP had even been released. SPIN praised Banks' "exuberantly wide-ranging approach to hip-hop and R&B" in a recent Breaking Out profile and Billboard noted "the Harlem MC...has shaken up the blogosphere like a snowglobe ever since dropping her bottle rocket single '212.'"
Banks has posted "Aquababe," a track from her upcoming mixtape, Fantasea, on her tumblr page. Fantasea will be released on July 4, 2012 and Banks' full-length debut album is due out this fall.
Photo credit: Brooke Nipar