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Watch: Ukulele Cover Of Azealia Banks’ “212”

No, it’s not Matthew Mitcham. (Though, his covers of pop songs are delightful.) It’s George Hicks, a YouTube user from Oxford, who performs a very awesome tongue-n-cheek version of Azealia Banks‘ breakout song. Watch his version of “212” below. (Warning: explicit language.)

If you like that, check out some of his other covers here.

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  • Eric Auerbach

    Doesn’t this queen know what a homophobe Azealia Banks is?

  • quichotteurbain

    @Eric Auerbach: Use of the F word doesn’t make you a homophobe automatically. Mind you she is openly LGBT. By that logic all black people who use the N word hate black people.

    Not saying her use of the word is wise nor good though.


    That was half-assed. Ought to have been a teacup and saucer. And a scone. Or — edgier– crumpet.

  • GdaHicks

    @PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID: Never fear- my next vid coming soon features a tea cup AND saucer. No crumpet though I’m afraid.

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