Angel Haze Goes to War with her Label

December 18, 2013 By:

Motormouth ratchet rap diva Angel Haze unleashed a torrent of abuse at her label Island Records before leaking her upcoming album Dirty Gold on SoundCloud earlier today. 

If you've got delicate eyes, prepare yourself, because here's the whole filthy monologue lifted from Twitter:

"It's so annoying that my label could tell me that if I f*cking finished my album before the summer it would be out this year. I have gone to bat for this music. I have gone to bat for myself. I have literally sat f*cking sleepless and starved crying over this sh*t. I turned down so much sh*t to be sure that I could finish this album because actually wanting something to me means doing all you can to be sure that it's attainable. I stopped arguing my point. Stopped giving a f*ck about everything. Let these other ditsy b*tches disrespect me. I turned my f*cking cheek because MUSIC IS ALL I F*CKING HAVE. And I know that's the same for some of you. I did everything I could for you. I did not promise an album and not deliver, unlike every f*cking one else. I sat my a*s down and came up with this music WHEN I HAD NOTHING. Taking sh*t on the chin does not mean sitting back and letting the world beat and suck you f*cking dry. It's knowing something is bigger than anything you are or will ever be and sitting the f*ck down and complying to get sh*t done. I'm sorry if I seem angry. But these are my dreams. The only thing I have in my life. Imagine having the only reason you're alive being the very thing straining your existence. Ughhhh... So sorry to Island/Republic Records, but f*ck you. I got here doing this for my fans and if you guys don't feel the same, it won't stop me. Idc what happens after this. They will get the music they were promised. And you guys JUST MAY LEARN TO KEEP YOUR F*CKING WORD."

Yeesh! Remind us not to piss this girl off.  Unfortunately, the tracks were taken down from her SoundCloud shortly after, but not before legions of fans snatched them. Maybe she was inspired by Queen Bey’s surprise release. More likely, though, she’s just a one woman army and is very upset with her corporate overlords. Much respect from Stereotude

(Via Pitchfork)