Azealia Banks unveils studio version of ‘ATM Jam’ featuring Pharrell Williams – listen

'212' rapper originally performed the new song at Glastonbury

Azealia Banks has premiered the full studio version of ‘ATM Jam’, which features Pharrell Williams.

She originally debuted the track during her Glastonbury performance on Saturday (June 29). The track is the second to be taken from Bank’s delayed debut album ‘Broke With Expensive Taste’ which was originally due out in 2012. Announcing the news on Twitter, she wrote: “Single #2 is called “ATM JAM” and it’s featuring ?@Pharrell ! !”


In May of this year, the rapper unveiled the intense video for her new single ‘Yung Rapunxel’. The promo, which was directed by Jam Sutton, features owls, mouths for eyes, riot police and a mechanical bull – watch it below.

Earlier this year, Banks wished death upon The Stone Roses, claiming they deliberately sabotaged her set at the Future Music Festival in Australia. Both acts were on the bill and Banks claimed the Manchester band loudly soundchecked behind her stage as an act of revenge for a friend. “Big apologies on behalf of the stone roses to my fans at the festival today,” she wrote on Twitter. “My ex tour manager made a pact with the stone roses saying they’d sabotage my set because I fired him and they decided to check their equipment behind me during my set.”

She then fired off a series of angry messages aimed at the band, including one which read: “Fuck those old saggy white niggas stone roses. I wish them nothing but excrement and death.”


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