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Azealia Banks Posts 'Broke With Expensive Taste' Tracklist

Rapper's long-awaited LP will include breakout track '212'

Azealia Banks performs in Reading, England.
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September 10, 2013 10:05 AM ET

Rising rapper Azealia Banks posted the complete tracklist and list of guest features for her long in-the-works debut Broke With Expensive Taste to Instagram earlier this morning.

The LP will feature her breakout track "212," along with previously released first single, "Yung Rapunxel"; the Pharrell-assisted "ATM Jam" was also made available earlier this summer.

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Broke With Expensive Taste also boasts a handful of guests, including Theophilus London on "JFK," Kevin Hussein on "In Town" and Japanese musician Toko Yasuda on "Gimme a Chance."

While Broke With Expensive Taste still has no official street date, the album — which has been pushed back multiple times — should see release in early 2014 on Interscope. Banks' last release was her 2012 EP, 1991.

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