One of the biggest female rappers and singers, we shall be looking at the biography of Azealia Banks, her net worth, and investments.
Azealia Amanda Banks was born on May 31, 1991, in the borough of New York City’s Manhattan. We shall be looking at the biography of Azealia Banks through her career and accolades.
Taking a shot at stardom, Azealia Banks started dishing out her records through the social media platform, MySpace, in 2008, prior to her signing a record label deal with XL Recordings. Azealia Banks’ single titled 212 turned out to become a worldwide hit song, making its entry into few worldwide charts possible. Later on, Azealia Banks signed a record label deal with the globally recognized Interscope and Polydor Records, and they parted ways with each other in 3013.
Owing to bad feelings between her and her previous record labels, Azealia Banks started the path of a solo artiste and went on to launch her own record label known as Chaos and Glory Recordings. Azealia Banks has delivered two mixtapes known as Fantasea in 2012 and Slay-Z in 2016, a studio collection titled Broke with Expensive Taste in 2014, as well as two extended plays titled 1991 in 2012 and Icy Colors Change in 2018. Azealia Banks is yet to release her long-awaited albums known as Fantasea II: The Second Wave and Business and Pleasure. The lead singles from each of these separate collections, “Anna Wintour” and “Black Madonna” were delivered in April 2018 and June 2020 individually.
In mid-2017, Azealia Banks propelled her online store, CheapyXO. The site sells otherworldly things, craftsman stock from Banks herself, and most outstandingly, unique healthy skin products. In December 2017, Azealia Banks had her component film debut in Love Beats Rhymes, accepting positive surveys for her exhibition as a lead entertainer in a film additionally highlighting Common, Jill Scott, and John David Washington.
Aside from her prolific career as seen from her biography, the net worth of Azealia Banks is slated at a whopping $3 million, which is not bad for a solo female rapper.