Azealia Banks Shares Rihanna Demo “La Dominadora”
Azealia Banks is back, releasing “La Dominadora,” which translate to “The Dominant Woman,” an unreleased demo that was made for Rihanna for ANTI. The song, was produced by Hit-Boy, featuring Banks braggadocious rhymes over a chaotic beat. She shows off her different flows, switching between rapid fire and a melodic rhythm.
“This is sexy, persuasive/My house on 40 acres/I wake up, count cake up/That’s million-dollar pay stubs/Bunch of lawyers and bankers/E-mail me my statements/Rubber band, silver Lam’/Hundred grand in my Jacob/I see your man, he a fan, you a hater/You know Rih gettin’ cash,” she raps to begin the track.
AB actually dropped a snippet of this song back in April of this year. During a late-night Periscope, the Harlem MC played fans a 90-second snippet of the song. She stated then that the demo was for Rihanna’s recent album. RiRi’s camp hasn’t confirmed that the demo was for her and Banks does reference the ANTI singer on the track.
Hopefully we get more Azealia Banks music very soon. Outside of her recent controversy with Russell Crowe, Banks is one of the most talented artists in hip-hop. Her last full body of work was Slay-Z, which dropped in
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