Mid-Year Report: The Best Albums of 2012 So Far

From Bruce to Best Coast and beyond, 40 of our favorite albums from the last six months

Azealia Banks, '1991 EP'
27/40

Azealia Banks, '1991 EP'

The hot-shit New York rapper sets off a housequake.

Read the RS review: "Four tracks – including her breakthrough single, '212,' and more shit talk than you'd get at a Friday night nail salon – that spin hip-hop backward and forward . . . More, please."

 

Related
RS Playlist: Azealia Banks, 'Jumanji'
Azealia Banks Throws a Mermaid Ball in New York
Song Review: Azealia Banks, 'Fuck Up the Fun'

Back to Top