Azealia Banks Drops Rihanna Demo 'La Dominadora'
After a controversial incident involving Russell Crowe and RZA, Azealia Banks gets back to the music.
On Tuesday (Nov. 1), Banks unleashed “La Dominadora,” which translates to “The Dominant Woman.” The song was produced by Hit-Boy and was reportedly crafted as a Rihanna demo.
While RiRi’s camp hasn’t confirmed the news, Banks does reference the ANTI singer on the track.
“This is sexy, persuasive,” she raps. “My house on 40 acres / I wake up, count cake up / That’s million-dollar pay stubs / Bunch of lawyers and bankers / E-mail me my statements / Rubber band, silver Lam’ / Hundred grand in my Jacob / I see your man, he a fan, you a hater / You know Rih gettin’ cash.”
It’s unclear what the demo was for, whether Rihanna has heard it, and when it was actually made, but Banks first previewed it back in April on Periscope. Listen to “La Dominadora” below.