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Harlem rapper has released her new single “F**k Him All Night. The song, originally titled “Kanye West (F**k Him All Day),” was inspired by the Yeezy mogul, while the cover art features “Kanye West” spelled out across Banks’ nails. It’s been seven years since we got to enjoy Azealia Banks’ long-awaited debut LP "Broke With Expensive Taste," which was at the time a groundbreaking body of work that merged hip hop with other varieties of music to create a style all her own. In addition to boasting breakout cuts like “212,” “Yung Rapunxel,” and “Heavy Metal and Reflective,” the album also saw contributions from Lazy Jay and fellow avant-garde artists Theophilus London. This isn’t to say that Banks has remained dormant since the well-received release — the NYC star has since released projects Slay-Z, Ice Colors Change, and Yung Rapunxel: Pt. II, the last of which made landfall in 2019. Currently, Azealia Banks is said to be putting the final touches on "Fantasea II: The Second Wave," the sequel to her 2012 mixtape Fantasea. She’s already liberated presumed singles like “Count Contessa,” “Escapades,” “Movin’ On Up” with NEWBODY, “Anna Wintour,” and “Treasure Island” — more recently, Banks revealed in a live stream that her forthcoming body of work would arrive sometime this summer.