Broke With Expensive Taste Azealia Banks drops her first album

After the release of the album cover and tracklist, Azealia Banks surprised her fans with the release of "Broke With Expensive Taste" on her own label in partnership with Prospect Park and Capitol Records.

The long awaited debut album from rapper 23 years, which had been postponed since 2012, was made available in full on iTunes late on Thursday (6) with massive dissemination of the girl on Twitter: "Words can not describe how I feel today," tweeted the rapper.

The album has 16 songs, including " 212 "," Yung Rapunxel "and" Heavy Metal and Reflective" and will have its physical version on sale in January 2015.

Check out the video for "Heavy Metal and Reflective":