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Azealia Banks – Ice Princess acapella


"Ice Princess" is a song recorded by American rapper Azealia Banks for her debut studio album Broke with Expensive Taste (2014). It was released as the fourth single from the album on March 23, 2015. Production of the song was handled by AraabMuzik, while it was written by Banks, Kevin James, and Jonathan Harris. "Ice Princess" contains a sample of "In the Air", originally produced by progressive house DJ Morgan Page. Lyrically, Banks brags about her wealth, with Jordan Sargent of Pitchfork Media describing it as Banks "spitting knotty rhymes about her diamonds". "Ice Princess" garnered praise from music critics, with one describing the song as "Banks at her best". To promote the song, an accompanying music video for the track was released on March 31, 2015. It features Banks ruling over a kingdom of ice warriors, flying through the sky destroying anything colorful while turning everything into ice.
Lenght: 3:34
Bitrate: 320 kb/s
Downloads: 149

"Ice Princess" received positive reviews from critics. Pitchfork Media gave the song their "Best New Track" honor, with Jordan Sargent commenting that it displayed "Banks at her best: doing something unexpected simply because she can." While Brennan Carley of Spin described the song as having the potential to "be the single that finally breaks the Harlem MC on the radio, and it's about time." Kate Beaudoin from Mic commented on the song, praising Banks' flow, "It's a captivating video and an even better song. Her flow is unbelievable: 'You broke honey, and they call me Banks cause I can loan money / Colder than December, my diamonds on Anna Wintour / So that's fly ice in my life / I don't see no limits so I strive and I shine twice,' Banks raps. Anyone who can fit Anna Wintour into a rhyme about winter automatically gets points."
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