Late last year, Harlem-raised MC Azealia Banks released her long-in-the-works debut Broke With Expensive Taste, a confident album that justified the hype when the party jam "212" dropped in late 2011. Brash yet vulnerable, filled with tongue-twisting rhymes and glittery beats, the record showed why the charismatic, sly Banks should get much more attention for her music than she has for her antagonistic social media presence and outspoken interviews. Following a few months of Perez Hilton headlines ("Azealia Banks Totally Wants To 'F–k' President Obama! Say What?!" "Azealia Banks Hates America & 'Fat, White Americans!' Read Her Controversial Playboy Interview HERE!"), Coachella may be a great refresher course on her eclectic music.