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21-year-old Azealia Banks, a newcomer on the rap scene from Harlem, recently put out her debut EP, “1991.” After Missy Elliott, Lil’ Kim, ect., began to fade into the background, there seemed to be a void in new badass female rappers who could keep up with the boys. Nicki Minaj’s less radio-friendly songs kept us sated for a while. That girl undoubtedly has crazy style and insane rhymes. But Azealia Banks is more than keeping up with the bad bitches who came before her:
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