The track is taken from her debut album ‘Butterfly Blue’, which is set for release on 13th May via Nettwerk.
“It’s so true that the music you listen to when you’re little really shapes you,” Mallrat explains. “Or at least it hangs out in your subconscious for a very long time. The first album I ever bought with my own money was ‘Broke With Expensive Taste.’ Azealia Banks was truly the best to work with. It felt like she really cared, which you don’t always get with feature artists; often, it can feel like they’re fulfilling an obligation. Maybe I’m biased, but hers is one of the most iconic and memorable verses I’ve ever heard.”
You can check out the track below.