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In the past few weeks, Azealiah Banks has been featured in numerous news reports about the ongoing political and social unrest that is sweeping the United States.
A spokesperson for Banks, whose real name is Talib Kweli, told Newsweek in an email that she is not speaking about politics, but she believes “that if we can just get out of this world, we will be free.”
“I love the people of the United State,” Banks said in a recent interview with Billboard.
“They are incredible people.
I love that people love to celebrate, they love to laugh, they like to have fun, they are really open and welcoming.
They are beautiful.”
In recent days, the rapper and political activist has been sharing some of her favorite songs from her forthcoming album, The Life of Pablo, which will be released on April 6.
One of her favorites is the tune “The One,” which she has referred to as a “feminist anthem.”
“The one that I love,” Banks told Billboard.
She added that she felt “like I was singing about something that was important to me.”
Banks also said she “felt like I was talking about a female issue,” and that she hopes her album will be “a powerful message for young women everywhere.”
She added: “I think it’s really important to have these voices.
I want to make a difference.
I think this is the only time I’ve ever felt like I could actually have a voice in this world.”
The rapper and writer said that she was inspired by a book by British writer Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead.
“I really love Ayn,” Banks added.
“She was like the first woman who had a book and was really brave enough to write about the world.
I don’t think we should be living in an echo chamber in the future.” “
If we’re going to live in a world where we’re living in the past, then I feel that there’s a certain freedom that we need to have in the present, to have a life that is kind of a rebirth of who we are.
I don’t think we should be living in an echo chamber in the future.”
Banks has also been vocal about the plight of African Americans, who have been disproportionately impacted by the racial justice movement that has swept the country.
“A lot of these issues, we are trying to figure out are they really black or white or something else,” she told Billboard in a 2013 interview.
“So much of this is just a way for white people to look at black people and say, ‘We can do this too.'”
“The reason I’m talking about race is because that’s what the Black community is trying to do,” she continued.
“We’re trying to get a little bit of hope in our lives that it’s possible.”
In addition to her upcoming album, Banks has announced a tour and a performance in support of the album, which she says is an “open letter to the Black men, women, and children who are murdered by police and the people who are denied a vote, denied a platform to be heard, denied their voices, denied anything.”
“We are all Black and all human, and we all make mistakes,” she said.
“That is a fact, that’s something we’re not allowed to ignore.
We can’t be a bunch of hypocrites and say that everything that’s going on in the world is black and white, and that’s not true.”