Azealia Banks heading to Tel Aviv

Singer and rapper to headline at the Barby.

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February 19, 2018 09:19
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Azealia Banks heading to Tel Aviv

Azealia Banks. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The summer in Israel just keeps getting hotter. And with rapper Azealia Banks heading to Tel Aviv in May, things are pretty much on fire.

Banks, known for her both her music and her feuds with public figures on social media, will be performing at the Barby Club in Tel Aviv on May 7.

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The 26-year-old singer, rapper and songwriter was discovered at a young age online and is now about to release her second studio album, Fantasea II: The Second Wave. AZEALIA BANKS - 212 FT. LAZY JAY (YouTube/Azealia Banks)

Banks’s debut single, “212,” has been viewed more than 148 million times on YouTube. She has collaborated in the past with Pharrell, Missy Elliot, Childish Gambino and more, and has done remixes for artists including Beyonce, Fall Out Boy, Lana Del Rey and Britney Spears. Banks also starred in a feature film, Love Beats Rhymes, which was released in December to mixed reviews.

The singer has always been outspoken and harshly critical online, which has resulted in public feuds with everyone from Zayn Malik to Sarah Palin, Cardi B and Russell Crowe.

Tickets for the show go on sale Monday for NIS 215-240. They will be available for sale via www.eventer.co.il/azealia.

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