Pharrell, whose vocals are featured in the song by the raptress, doesn't make appearance in the music video and doesn't promote the track.
Azealia Banks just can't stop picking fights with fellow musicians. After feuding with Lily Allen and Lady GaGa earlier this year, the raptress is now attacking Pharrell Williams on Twitter. She blames the singer/producer for the poor sales of her single called "ATM Jam".
Banks vented her frustration on the social media on Tuesday, November 12. "The reason ATM jam did poorly is because pharell changed his mind about wanting to be associated with me after he had his lite skin comeback," the New York-born artist said.
"Lite skin n***as are funny," she continued. "But f**k it what's new? Azealia banks having to scrape claw and fight for what she wants. This is normal for me now. The minute I feel like I should give a f**k and stop talking s**t the good lord reminds me that no one else gives a f**k and neither shuld I."
Released back in August, "ATM Jam" features vocals from the track's producer Pharrell. However, he's not anywhere to be seen in the song's music video, which was debuted last October.
"ATM Jam" was originally set to be included in Bank's "Broke With Expensive Taste", which has been pushed back for several times now. Due to negative reactions from fans, the track is no longer expected to be found in the star's debut album that is due out on January 2014.