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Azealia Banks rumored to be collaborating with Nicki Minaj and Janet said to drop new music soon

Is Azealia Banks and Nicki Minaj planning a collaboration? It's been a rumor for quite awhile. It all started when Azealia teased and tweeted about who was featured on a remix to her single "Ice Princess". Many were quick to say that Nicki Minaj was the featured guest but Azealia never confirmed if the rumor were true or not. A few weeks later, Azealia revealed that Rick Ross was on the remix and another guest, but she wouldn't say who. Then there were a series of tweets that Azealia and Nicki have been "favoriting" on twitter. When Azealia thanked everyone for the birthday wishes and that she was "headed to set", Nicki favorited the tweet and that only ignited the rumors of a possible collaboration. Still if there is a collaboration in the works between the ladies, they are keeping mum. But more than enough hints have been thrown. We're just now sure in what capacity we will hear this collaboration. If it is true and does happen, it will be good for Hip Hop! In other music news, reports are saying that Janet Jackson is close to releasing new music as soon as this month. It is also being said that Janet has scored a record deal with BMG. Nothing has been confirmed by Janet as of yet though she frequently shares on her Facebook which articles are true about her. *goes to look*. Well until next time folks!
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