Azealia Banks and Beenie Man collaborates on “I am that”.

Beenie Man
Beenie Man

Reggae Dancehall artist Beenie Man has collaborated with controversial American rapper Azealia Banks and hip-hop fresh act Rock City for the remix of the popular single ‘I’m That’.

The single also features a sample of Beenie Man’s internationally renowned hit song “Who Am I,” as well as the instrumental.

Beenie Man has been making rounds on the international circuit since getting back his US visa in late 2012.

When contacted, Beenie Man’s manager and brother Rohan ‘Blue’ Smith told 18 Karat Reggae that the artiste was very much occupied with international collaborations.

“We do so much big collaborations lately. It’s hard to keep track of all of them,” he told 18 Karat Reggae.

Azealia Banks is known for her controversial feuds with peers in the US music industry. She has had verbal confrontations with rappers TI, Iggy Azalea, Kendrick Lamar, Rita Ora, A$AP Rocky, and Action Bronson, among others.

Azealia Banks is featured on the cover of the popular adult magazine Playboy for April 2015. The rapper is promoting her new album Broke With Expensive Taste and recently had social media buzzing with gossip after telling Billboard Magazine that she wanted to have sex with US President Barack Obama.

Beenie Man’s collaboration with Azealia Banks already has more than 26,000 views on YouTube. Beenie Man recently performed with Ashanti in New York. He is also featured on her recent album with a collaboration called First Real Love.

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