Angel Haze posts new Azealia Banks diss track 'Shut The Fuck Up' - listen

Rapper responds with another track following Twitter feud

Angel Haze posts new Azealia Banks diss track 'Shut The Fuck Up' - listen

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Angel Haze has escalated her feud with Azealia Banks by posting another savage diss track aimed at the rapper - scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

Yesterday (December 4), Haze posted a second song verbally attacking her rival titled 'Shut The Fuck Up'. Seemingly explaining the raw nature of the track's sound on Twitter, meanwhile, she wrote: "You get an unmastered diss…you aint worth my studio time."

The song itself, meanwhile, features the lines: "You thought that the Twitter shit was just for the blog / thought you wouldn't get your whole head cut the fuck off," and "How much Twitter beef does it take to wanna make you get / into the studio and come with a different flow / not try to recreate '212' the only shit you know."

The feud between Banks and Haze began earlier this week (January 3), when the pair fell out after Banks made a remark on Twitter claiming that rappers not from New York shouldn't try and 'claim' the city for their own. She then posted a Tweet which claimed Haze had threatened to 'cut' her because of her comments and added: "Whatever, angel haze was just waiting for an opportunity to express her Azealia Banks jealousy."

Haze responded by writing: "There's no know who's better. You've always known." She then posted a link to a tweet Banks wrote in May of last year, which said: "You know your the best out right now though! *hides mic behind back*".

She then released the diss track 'On The Edge', prompting Banks to release her own song in response to their spat, 'No Problem' - you can hear both tracks below.

However, Haze seemingly drew a line under their feud after she posted 'Shut The Fuck Up', writing on Twitter:

Angel Haze has come third in the BBC Sound of 2013 poll. She is also one of the final 10 shortlisted acts in the MTV Brand New for 2013 poll. The list of nominees includes Haim and Tom Odell. The overall winner will be revealed on February 1, 2013 after a public vote, which opens on January 14 via

Azealia Banks is set to release her debut album 'Broke With Expensive Taste' in February of this year.

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