Azealia Banks has announced the release date for her debut EP 1991.

The “212” rapstress is slated to drop the offering on April 17th. Though a tracklist is yet to be confirmed, Banks most recently released her Diplo-produced “Fuck Up the Fun.” Rumored cuts to make the EP include her breakout hit “212,” “Liquorice” and “NEEDSUMLUV.”

Banks is expected to release her debut album later this year.

My ‘1991’ EP will be released on 4/17.
Mar 27 via Twitter for iPhone  Favorite  Retweet  Reply

[March 28]

UPDATE: Azealia Banks has delayed the release of her debut EP 1991. The up-and-coming rapstress says that she recently signed with new management and that’s partially to blame for the project’s pushback.

For all you asking “1991” is getting delayed.. AGAIN. 🙁 #newartistproblems
Apr 16 via Twitter for iPhone  Favorite  Retweet  Reply

I just switched management.. Literally like three days ago, and have a whole new set of resources to take advantage of.
Apr 16 via Twitter for iPhone  Favorite  Retweet  Reply

We’re gonna vamp this up and make it official.. No more ghetto mixes and closet recording.. I have a budget now! #brokewithexpensivetaste
Apr 16 via Twitter for iPhone  Favorite  Retweet  Reply

[April 17]

UPDATE #2: Azealia Banks has unveiled the cover art and tracklist for her debut 1991 EP, releasing digitally on May 29th and physically on June 12th.


1. 1991
2. Van Vogue
3. 212
4. Liquorice

[May 15]

UPDATE #3: A preview of Azealia Banks’ 1991 EP has been released, featuring one-minute snippets of each track. Stream the preview below.

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