Azealia Banks Apologizes to ETC!ETC! and Brillz Over “BBD” Situation

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When Azealia Banks and Baauer were beefing a few weeks back over her “Harlem Shake” remix, two other producers entered the fray, ETC!ETC! and Brillz, who had had an issue with Banks over her track “BBD.” As we’d mentioned at the time, there were allegations that she had used the ETC!ETC! & Brillz track “Swoop” for this, yet it was credited to Apple Juice Kid. Words were exchanged, and while the “Harlem Shake” ordeal blew up, the beef over “BBD”/”Swoop” had not.

We’re not sure what prompted it, but as you can see up above, Azealia Banks reached out to ETC!ETC! and Brillz via twitter to apologize for using the track without crediting them. While no explanation was given as to how this happened, Banks spoke for herself and Apple Juice Kid and expressed apologies for their actions, and the words used. ETC!ETC! and Brillz accepted her apology, and it looks like they will be taking that ride to Mars… together. ETC!ETC! even let it be known that he would spin “BBD” in his sets.

So much Internets talk about Banks is about her many beefs; it’s good to see that she does speak up and admit that she was wrong, and be the better person.

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    these filthy n***ers need to stop stealing songs