Endless supply of Azealia Banks cover art provided by NYC designer CPLU.
Azealia Banks domination continues here at MTV (it's like Shark Week, but with just The Little Mermaid, Splash, and, I don't know, Lady In The Water on repeat for seven days... also, I made that up, but I'd watch it if it were true) with the almost-release of her long-awaited, magically underwater-themed mixtape, Fantasea, which, according to her Twitter, will involve "sounds I thought were progressive, beats made by close friends, different flowsss." And all of that is true on "Neptune," which finds Azealia reprising her "212" flow, mixing in some Caribbean R&B, and going reggae on the hook for good measure, all over a relaxed, bubbly riddim. Grime princess Shystie lends her East London skills on the track as well -- definitely expect to see more of her Stateside now that Azealia is blowin' up.
Fantasea drops all over your innanets in, basically, like, 90 minutes from when I'm writing this.
+ Listen to Azealia Banks, "Neptune" featuring Shystie on SoundCloud (NSFW lyrics):