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Azealia Banks, Iggy Azalea Feud Continues with Release of New Song 'Used to Being Alone'

 

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Iggy Azalea declared she still hates Azealia Banks in her new Elle Canada interview, and you could not expect for the "212" rapper to take that statement lying down. So, she followed up with something "petty": a new song "Used to Be Alone," which uses the exact same sample as an old Azalea track.

Banks, the queen of using other people's names for the sake of publicity, accused Azalea of doing the same to regain relevancy on Twitter. She then claimed she was going to do something incredibly petty, which is presumably releasing a new song that samples "Astronomia" by Tony Iga, the same song Azalea used for her 2012 Ignorant Art mixtape track "My World."

The resulting track, "Used to Being Alone," is not lyrically a diss track aimed at Azalea - instead it focuses on a failed relationship that Banks lived through. Instead, the diss seems to be that Banks used the same sample as Azalea, presumably, better than she did.

"Used to Being Alone" will appear on Banks' upcoming Slay-Z mixtape, which is due for release later this month.

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