Angel Haze doesn't want to wait until next year to drop her album, "Dirty Gold". On Wednesday, December 18, the 22-year-old raptress decided to leak her own record on Soundcloud after blasting her label, Island/Republic Records, in a series of Twitter posts.
Haze said her label promised that the album would come out this year if she finished it on time. However, they gave her a March 4, 2014 release date even after she finished the record according to plan. "It's so annoying that my label could tell me that if I f**king finished my album before the summer it would be out this year," she wrote.
"I have gone to bat for this music. I have gone to bat for myself. I have literally sat f**king sleepless and starved crying over this s**t," she continued. "I turned down so much s**t to be sure that I could finish this album because actually wanting something to me means doing all you can to be."
"So sorry to Island/Republic Records, but f**k you. I got here doing this for my fans and if you guys don't feel the same, it won't stop me," she added. "Idc what happens after this. They will get the music they were promised. And you guys JUST MAY LEARN TO KEEP YOUR F**KING WORD."
"Since they don't want to put it out this year, I will. Here's the album. HERE IS DIRTY GOLD. I hope you all enjoy it," she also tweeted a link to her Soundcloud page.
"Dirty Gold" has now been removed, presumably by Haze's label.