November 12, 2012 9:49

Azealia Banks unveils trippy new video for 'Atlantis' – watch Azealia Banks Tickets

The track featured on the rapper's mixtape 'Fantasea'

Azealia Banks unveils trippy new video for 'Atlantis' – watch

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Azealia Banks has unveiled the new video for her track 'Atlantis' – scroll down to watch it.

The track featured on the rapper's 'Fantasea' mixtape. The video, which takes place underwater and features the singer popping out of a sharks' mouth, was directed by Fafi.

Banks recently confirmed that she's been working with both Lady Gaga and Kanye West. "I worked with Lady Gaga, but I worked with Lady Gaga from afar," she said. "We worked via email and via Internet. We have a song called 'Red Flame' and a song called 'Ratchet,' but I don't know what she's doing with it. She's going to release it when she wants to release it."

"Working with Kanye was a lot of fun," she added. "I just kind of went out to Hawaii for vacation, and he has a studio out there. And he was just like, 'You should really come to the studio,' so I went to the studio and just worked it out."

Gaga previously hinted that she was working with Banks on Twitter. Banks tweeted: ''When Mother Monster calls shit is about to get very fucking real," to which Gaga replied: "Can you make "99 Problems" my ring tone for when I call you, and then shout BITCH AINT ONE at me when you pick up?"

Azealia Banks will release her debut album 'Broke With Expensive Taste' in February 2013.

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