Azealia Banks Is A Dangerous Cowgirl In ‘Liquorice’ Video Premiere

Published On June 15, 2012 | Celebrities, Music News

Azealia Banks doesn’t take crap from anyone and in the video for ‘Liquorice,’ she’s a bad*ss cowgirl with who you really don’t want to cross paths. Hitting the Wild Wild West, Banks rocks an American Flag bikini with a baseball bat as well as her Cowgirl look of a black short pants with leather chaps.

With a classic Western opening, ‘Liquorice’ shows Banks riding a black stallion and eating a hotdog among other things as she spits her flaming hot rhymes: “Hey, I’m the licorice b—-, you know I’m looking for these n—as if these n—as is rich / I make hits motherf—er / Do you jiggle ya d— when ya b—- pop singing on the liquorice hit, ya know?”

Directed by Rankin, we’ve also got to thank Nicola Formichetti for styling the female MC who we see in a gun battle with herself before closing the video wearing a purple ensemble surrounded by bonfires.

Banks brings an entirely different energy to the world of rap and we just can’t seem to understand why she no longer wants to be a rapper. But hey … She’s the “Liquorice B*tch.”

Watch The Azealia Banks ‘Liquorice’ Video Below:

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