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Desperado
Broke With Expensive Taste 3
Song by Azealia Banks
from the album Broke with Expensive Taste
Released November 7, 2014
Recorded 2011-2014
Genre Hip-hop
Length 3:57
Label Prospect Park
Producer M.J. Cole



"Desperado" (formally known as "Lux N' Plus") is the third track by Azealia Banks off of her debut album Broke with Expensive Taste.

BackgroundEdit

The beat and hook are from UK garage producer MJ Cole's "Bandelero Desperado", taken from his album Sincere (2006).[1][2]

VideosEdit

References Edit

  1. Youtube - Sincere
  2. Rap Genius - Desperado lyrics

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