The much-delayed album is expected to be released in January 2014

Azealia Banks has unveiled the tracklisting to her much-delayed debut album ‘Broke With Expensive Taste’.

The album was originally scheduled for release in September 2012 but has since been delayed on several occasions. During a political rant on Twitter on Saturday (September 7), the rapper revealed that the album will not now be coming out until early next year.

This morning (September 10), she posted an image of the album’s tracklisting, which shows the album will include the hit single ‘212’, ‘Yung Rapunxel’ and her new Pharrell Williams collaboration, ‘ATM Jam’.

The tracklisting to ‘Broke With Expensive Taste’ is as follows:

‘Idle Delilah’
‘Gimme A Chance (feat. Toko Yasuda)’
‘Lux N’Plush’
‘JFK (feat. Theophilus London)’
‘Heavy Metal and Reflective’
‘Ice Princess’
‘Yung Rapunxel’
‘In Town (feat. Kevin Hussein)’
‘Miss Amor’
‘ATM Jam (feat. Pharrell)’
‘Miss Camaraderie’

Banks recently revealed that she has worked with Disclosure on a track for ‘Broke With Expensive Taste’ – however it is not clear from the tracklisting whether the track made the final cut. She is expected to perform songs from the album during her one-off headline gig at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on November 30.

Meanwhile, Banks became involved in a Twitter spat with Lily Allen this July, during which the rapper called Allen’s children “ugly” and claimed that the singer’s husband resembled a “thumb”.