Angel Haze has posted new track 'On The Edge' which contains a few rhymes aimed at Azealia Banks.
In a way, it's remarkable it hasn't happened before. Angel Haze and Azealia Banks are often compared and contrasted during interviews, and with the pair developing strong social network following a clash was perhaps inevitable. Yesterday afternoon (January 3rd) the pair began trading insults.
Azealia Banks tweeted about rappers who claim to be from New York but weren't actually born in the city: "Seriously, if you were not born and raised in NY…. DON'T CLAIM NY. YOU ARE NOT A NEW YORKER."
Angel Haze was of course born and raised in Michigan, but used the phrase 'I run New York' on her breakthrough track 'New York'. Feeling that the diss was aimed at her, a war of words ensued with Angel Haze writing: "bitch, i dragged you….youre struggling to reach like your edges are…. stopppp @AZEALIABANKS."
Later, Angel Haze posted new track 'On The Edge' which was seemingly recorded in just under a half hour. Containing more than a few barbed insults aimed at Azealia Banks, you can listen to it below.
"YOU WANT THE PUSSY SOOOO BADDDDDD @ANGELHAZE LOLOL..this diss track is not even hot!!! lmfaooooooooooo !!!!!!" Azealia Banks responded. "LOL… seriously… how long have you had these bars written tho?"