Azealia Banks announced on Twitter yesterday that she's split from her management company Prospect Park. "I'm leaving Prospect Park guys. AB is back on the market!” Banks Tweeted before adding, "I want to make a super duper pop record. Like Disney style, but clever." According to Billboard the Harlem rapper is still signed to the label but will no longer be managed by the company.
The news comes less than a year after Banks' signing with the label and eight months after the release of her debut album Broke With Expensive Taste. The split seems to have gone down amicably and Billboard reports that it was Prospect Park that made the move. "We can confirm that we chose to terminate our management relationship with Azealia Banks," they said. "We believe she’s one of the most talented artists in the world and are very proud of the work we did on her behalf. We wish her all the best.”
The partial departure from Prospect Park Records comes after Banks' stints with XL Recordings and Interscope earlier in her career.
Earlier this year Banks told Billboard that she's working on a follow-up to her to her 2012 mixtape Fantasea as well as an album called Business and Pleasure. "I think Business and Pleasure is indicative of maturing, and Fantasea 2 is going to be all weird and kooky and mermaid girl stuff," she said at the time.