You-- - Yeah. - are a potty mouth.- Cuz my Mom's really crass. She's real,
like my Mom's like a jive turkey like.She's just like, straight like, cluckin'.
But that's also like a Harlem thing, likewhen you listen to Maize and Cam and like,
that's like a Harlem thing. You just popshit, ya know what I mean? Like, whatever
nigga. Like please, ya know what I mean?- One of the first videos I saw of yours
later. I mean, you're like seventeen yearsold and you're saying filthy things on
that song.- I mean, you say twat on a record. That
is maybe one of the first times in hip hop history, that a female used the word-- - Oh that's no, Please. - Would you like to.. Did Kim ever-- - I'm sure. I'm sure Kim said twat.- And then you're also free with the c
word.- What's up with embracing that word? Has
anyone given you a hard time for that? Was it some--- Not really. I mean, I think that's like
a U.K. thing, you know what I mean? Wherethey're like, oh bloody cunt. Like, we say
motherfucker. Yeah, it's not a big dealfor me, but when I came out with it,
everyone was like, Oh My God like. And Iwas like yo, like what year are y'all in?
Like, what's going on?
In this bonus segment of The Process with Peter Rosenberg, Azealia Banks talks about using explicit lyricism in her music.