Thursday, July 31, 2014

Single Review: Azealia Banks - Heavy Metal and Reflective

   Seriously? This is so badly produced I laughed. Who on earth let this not remain just a demo to be locked away for all eternity?

   This is just such a complete and utter mess. From the artwork, to Azealia's monotone robot voice, I found myself edging closer and closer to opening up my 4th floor window and just flinging myself out. Azealia just recently left Interscope records on her own accord, but I think Interscope is the real winner here. They managed to get away from the apparently talentless hot mess that is Ms. Banks. She may think that they don't deserve her because she may think she has talent, but they don't deserve to be burdened with her.

   In sum: the track is disposable. Crappy lyrics, crappy production value, no worth at all. If you want to make a mixtape for the death of music, you could definitely put this on it.

Grade: 0/100