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Slay-Z
Slay-Z cover
Mixtape by Azealia Banks
Released March 24, 2016
Recorded 2015
Genre Hip hop
Length 26:19
Label Self-released
Producer(s) An Expresso, Benga, Coki, Fame School Slim. Guvnor, Telli Kray, Jamie Iovine, Kaytranada, Tony Igy, vyle, DJ Yamez
Azealia Banks chronology
Broke With Expensive Taste 3 Slay-Z cover F2SW
(2014) (2016) (2016)
Singles from Slay-Z
  1. "The Big Big Beat"
    Released: February 19, 2016
  2. "Used to Be Alone"
    Released: March 1, 2016


Slay-Z is the second mixtape by American rapper Azealia Banks. It was independently released as a free download on March 24, 2016. The eight-track project features collaborations with Rick Ross and Nina Sky; its production was handled by various musicians, including Benga, Coki, An Expresso, and Kaytranada.

BackgroundEdit

Following multiple conflicts with record label Interscope Records, Banks released her debut album Broke with Expensive Taste in November 2014, through Prospect Park. The genre-spanning longplayer garnered positive reviews from music critics, and peaked at number 30 on the US Billboard 200. In July 2015, the rapper announced her departure from the aforementioned company; nonetheless, she revealed the following month that her contract with Prospect Park forbade her from releasing new music until March 2016. Banks originally devised Slay-Z as a tribute to American rapper Jay-Z.

TracklistEdit

  1. "Riot" (feat. Nina Sky)
  2. "Skylar Diggins"
  3. "Big Talk" (feat. Rick Ross)
  4. "Can't Do It like Me"
  5. "The Big Big Beat"
  6. "Used to Being Alone"
  7. "Queen of Clubs"
  8. "Along the Coast"

ReferencesEdit

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