The rapper later apologized on Twitter for his comments.
The Alabama trio's Pharrell, T.I., Tricky, and Steve Aoki executive produced album drops November 20.
"Don't be out here talking 'bout shit that you don't know about."
"Never in life look at me and assume I’m incapable of doing anything."
Azalea: "The first I've heard of us having an 'issue' is via a radio interview."
Reminiscent of 90's rap videos.
The rapper follows Paperwork with a short release.
Spoiler: we don't figure out why they mad.
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"We're not calling for the death of anyone, we're calling the death of our people to end," T.I. says.
"I felt it was my responsibility to give a voice to this feeling that sooo many young minorities were dealing with."
A few record labels, too.
Lace up your skates.
It'll be on the Furious 7 soundtack, which drops March 17.