| Song by Azealia Banks|
from the album Broke with Expensive Taste
|Released||November 7, 2014|
"Miss Amor" is the fifteenth track by Azealia Banks off of her debut album "Broke With Expensive Taste."
"Miss Amor" was to be the first single from Azealia Banks' debut album, Broke With Expensive Taste but, according to Banks, after her record labe Interscope heard the track "Yung Rapunxel", they made it the first single instead. Banks stated on Twitter that "Miss Amor" was about love post-hearbreak, and more specifically:
"Miss Amor, is a song about, romance, daydreaming and masturbation. Hence the "diddling"
When "Miss Amor" was going to be a single, its B-Side was to be "Miss Camaraderie"; while that never happened, the two songs were still paired together as the last two tracks on Broke With Expensive Taste.