Mashups of Azealia Banks' music and Beyoncé's current hit have been discussed by the rapper.
To express her displeasure with the remixed versions of Queen Bey and Beyonce's "Break My Soul," the 1991 rapper used Instagram stories. Various mixes including the two musicians and others can be found on YouTube and other digital platforms.
In the name of God, please. "Stop the AB mashups of 'Break My Soul,'" wrote the Harlem-raised artist. It is "horrendous."
On June 20th, Beyonce released "Break My Soul," which marked the beginning of her Renaissance phase. Days after Drake hastily released his dance album Honestly, Nevermind, the vocalist offered a surprise house and bounce hit that immediately went viral on social media. The origins of house and dance music, as well as musicians like Azealia Banks, who have rapped over house tracks throughout their career, were discussed in digital discourse.
Despite the fact that the self-proclaimed 6 God has released his whole album, the Bey Hive is still waiting for the grand harvest to arrive from their Queen. In the event that "Break My Soul" is any indication, Renaissance, which will be published on July 29th, will feature plenty of House music.
Beyoncé sings, "You said you were outside, but you ain't that outside," on the catchy single — Azealia Banks Wants “Horrible” Mashups Of Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” To Stop.
The self-assured "I Rule the World" by Azealia Banks was released on June 16th.