After having spent a few months touring with the British foursome, Angel Haze, a Brooklyn born rapper/singer, has some strong opinions on why Bastille deserves some recognition.
The song also features verses from F*U*G*Z and Braque.
Remember Angel Haze’s cover of Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love” earlier this year? Say hello to its studio version.
In the Youtube comments below Angel Haze’s new video for “A Tribe Called Red,”someone wrote: “She’s always on fire.”
That’s literally the truth with the rapidfire rapper with a tongue as swift and voracious as a red-hot blaze.
The up-and-coming performer shows off her epic rhyming skills in the simple black-and-white video that reminds us thematically of something Kanye West did with his new industrial and EDM-infused joints, but Haze’s song are catchier and Haze is bound to catch fire in the media.
The track has Bastille frontman Dan Smith singing, “I fall into your arms again,” while playing keyboards before Haze joins him onstage to spit about using her voice as a weapon.
Beyoncé pulled out all the stops for her GRAMMY performance of “Drunk in Love,” but in an attempt to usurp the Queen, Angel Haze takes on both Bey and Jay’s parts for her cover of the track.
In an interview with the ‘Girls’ music supervisor, he reveals that they got Miguel to record a new song for the show and how Rihanna helped Icona Pop happen.
For her #30Gold series, the Brooklyn rapper has moved on to Lana Del Rey with her unsuspecting estival hit “Summertime Sadness”, which adds a little more bounce to the melancholy song.
The track took some heat around the VMAs based on the perception that Macklemore & Ryan Lewis spoke on behalf of a community they don’t actually belong to.
“The album tells a lot of different stories from my life and growing up,” she said. “It’s about growing up and coming into your own. For me that was going through a lot of different struggles as a kid.”