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2013 is off to an impressive musical start with Azealia Banks dropping the buzz single ‘BBD’ from her highly anticipated debut album ‘Broke with Expensive Taste’ – out on 12 February. BBD was produced by Apple Juicy Kid and Sup Doodle. The first official single from the album is titled “Miss Amor” with b-side “Miss Camaraderie”.
In addition to this, it is all but officially confirmed that Beyonce, Rihanna and Azealia will feature on Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP album track ‘Ratchet’. The artists have all dropped various hints on social media and Azealia confirmed it in a media interview last year. The track is produced by DJ White Shadow and the video is set to be the sequel to Paparazzi and Telephone but may be directed by Steven Klein as opposed to Jonas Akerlund (who directed the previous two clips).
In an editorial titled V: Girls Of Now, KARLISMYUNKLE faves Sky Ferreira, Azealia Banks, Charli XCX and Grimes are all featured, photographed by Sharif Hamza with styling by Tom Van Dorpe. the editorial also features Venus X, Porcelain Black and Trixie Whitley (under the cut). V80 is out now.
The reigning queen of content, Ms Azealia Banks has unveiled her latest music video for another track from her Fantasea mixtape – Atlantis. This time the hyperreal video is directed by illustrator and visual creative, Fafi. Check out the underwater, trippy, anime clip under the cut. If you missed the short video for Fierce (also from the mixtape), check out the KARLISMYUNKLE Facebook page.
Campaign images and a teaser featuring Azealia Banks, Charlotte Free and Ellie Goulding as the faces of ASOS #bestnightever Christmas. Are you ready?
Each of them has a 90-second look book film that go live weekly from 5 November. The track featured in Azealia’s teaser below is Romaine by Luvian. Campaign photographer and director still TBC.
One of London’s hottest new breakthrough fashion and lifestyle photographers Kyle Ross captured cult couture fashion brand SORAPOL’s SS13 show ‘Euphoria’ that took place in an underground Soho car park this week.
The line, founded by designer Sorapol Chawaphatnakul and creative director Daniel Lismore, has since become quite the cult phenomenon with high profile fans including Azealia Banks.
Last night saw the opening of Tom Oxley’s debut solo exhibition Face to Face: The Moving Portrait at the Londonewcastle Project Space in Shoreditch (sponsored by Patrón). Oxley is best known for his portraiture of artists including Adele, Rihanna, Coldplay, Kings of Leon, Nicki Minaj and Florence & The Machine.
The exhibition features never before seen video portrait projections of Azealia Banks, Professor Green, Mark Ronson, Wretch 32, The Maccabees, Rizzle Kicks amongst others. Each piece is accompanied by a charming credit to whatever music track the subject was listening to during the shoot.
Londonewcastle Project Space is open Monday – Friday (12pm-8pm) and Saturday – Sunday (12pm-6pm) and admission is free. Definitely worth heading down to.
From the EP of the same name comes the Justin Mitchell directed video for Azealia Banks’ 1991. It even looks like she is wearing her Yung Rapunxel Limited Edition MAC lipstick (pictured under the cut).
Banned from news stands in seven countries already, here is the Azealia Banks cover shoot for the September 2012 issue of Dazed & Confused. It’s pretty much incredible, yes. Photos by the one and only Sharif Hamza. Interview by my girl Karley ‘Slutever’ Sciortino. Under the cut is the stunning Rankin directed video for Banks’ Van Vogue (also used in the T by Alexander Wang campaign video).