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One of the initial plans for the song was for it to feature Mel B, however, this concept was ultimately scrapped due to scheduling conflicts.Another concept that Banks had envisioned for the song was for it to feature Nicki Minaj."My choice to name this song 'Anna Wintour' is telling; I relate to Anna Wintour so much as a strong, powerful and larger than life soul in a petite, tidy and feminine body.The song is called "Anna Wintour," I assume, because it's a vogue track, and Anna Wintour is the editor of Vogue. I'm feeling really positive about Fantasea II, and "Anna Wintour" is a great start to a new era for Azealia.Myles Tanzer of The Fader commented on Banks' vocals, stating: "..hits soulful high notes in the pre-chorus, glides through a pop section with her trademark fluid delivery, screams over the song's breakdown, and even stops to rap a ferocious verse." Dazed put "Anna Wintour" on its 20 best tracks of 2018 list, saying the song "showed, once again, that the rapper really knows how to make a dance floor anthem.It feels retro but not dated, and sticks to Banks’ signature sound without feeling too same-old." Pitchfork ranked it on its 100 best songs of 2018 list, saying that "the rapper’s messy public persona yields the floor to a bracing showcase of her dexterity.She pulls triple duty as house diva, raging wraith, and cold-blooded killer, nailing each part and metabolizing Junior Sanchez’s fiercely generic Ibiza track into a raw energy source.
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More usefully, she went on to describe what she's looking for in a young designer.
'I think all of us at Vogue are always looking for talent and we're also looking for someone who has a head on their shoulders and that understand that being talented is obviously important but that you also have to have a sense of business and that being creative and commercial are two words that can work together.' And which covers of the magazine have been the most important to her?
“Anna Wintour” joins “Thank U, Next” and “Honey” among the few songs about self-love released this year that betray greater depth than vapid Instagram inspo, and it offers a reminder of what makes the often-frustrating Banks so great: Like this song’s namesake, she knows how to keep us looking." Prior to the music video's release, Banks responded to accusations that her music video was too similar to Kanye West's 2016 video for "Fade", claiming that Teyana Taylor stole the choreography from Pasterisa and didn't give him credit until lawyers were involved.
The only thing that’s more intimidating than a meeting with Anna Wintour is a job interview with her.