The Rony Alwin-directed video sees the raptress and her girl friends flaunting their bodies in colorful bikinis while having a pool party.
The music video for Azealia Banks' collaboration with Pharrell Williams, "ATM Jam", has been released. Directed by Rony Alwin, the three-minute clip sees the 22-year-old raptress channeling her inner "Sailor Goon" as she makes her way into her mansion.
While collaborator Williams is nowhere to be seen in the video, Banks is throwing a pool party with her girl friends. The girls show off their bodies in multiple colorful tiny bikinis while cozying up on the poolside.
After being debuted at Glastonbury Festival back in June, "ATM Jam" was released in July. In the track, Banks and William boast about money and the high life on the infectiously repetitive tune. Several months ago, Banks revealed that she originally wrote the song for Beyonce Knowles.
"[Knowles] wanted to rap or something and wanted me to write a song, and I couldn't come up with anything that I thought would be appropriate for her just because I'm so raunchy," Banks explained. "But I wrote the song. I wrote like some verses on it and [Williams] was just like 'you should just keep it.' "
"ATM Jam" is set to be featured in Banks' upcoming debut album, "Broke with Expensive Taste". After getting pushed back several times, the album will be released sometime in January 2014 via Interscope/Polydor Records.
Azealia Banks' "ATM Jam" (feat. Pharrell Williams) music video