***** Un album repoussé de (trop) nombreuses fois que la miss a fini par dévoiler par elle-même du jour au lendemain. On y retrouve son flow décapant, sa grande gueule et ses morceaux bordéliques savoureux. Je suis conscient de la chance d'avoir 16 pistes sur un album pour ainsi dire auto-produit, mais je déplore l'absence de "1991", de "Liquorice" et des autres pépites de sa mixtape.
**** I did like Azealia Banks but her bad attitude and negative image have really worked to her detriment - it made casual fans like me turn away somewhat. Don't get me wrong, the music is still interesting, but I just don't WANT to like her, which sucks really. Saying that, this is better than many of the female rap albums I've heard, possibly the best that I've heard from a female rapper, and the production is easily the best thing here. Also, Azealia can certainly rap, and I'm surprised that she can sing well too. There are some funky efforts on here and some good deep beats that would be awesome to hear in a club. But I doubt it will happen, and I think with all the negativity around her, she will struggle to gain any success. Maybe... 4.1/6.
****** Es hat sich wirklich gelohnt, ewig auf diese CD zu warten. Die Songs sind äußerst abwechslungsreich, ergeben aber auch ein stimmiges Gesamtbild. Highlights sind für mich Luxury, Gimme a Chance und natürlich 212.
***** I'm actually impressed by this album. Azealia Banks may be a good singer or rapper but after being the most controversial and problematic person to troll on social media, it does make me and other people wanted to turn her off, which is sad. But if she had a positive attitude with less rudness, then yes she would have been big back then. But overall I am surprised the production has alot more progress for either hip hop or dance music. Desperado, 212, Ice Princess, Yung Rapunxel, Soda and Luxury were my favourites on this album. I would love to listen this again but ever since Azealia has disappeared and keep on making promises and lies that she will release a new album (wherever a year hits) it's wasting of her entire career.