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12/18/2013 11:47 am ET Updated Jan 25, 2014

Angel Haze Tells Her Label 'F--k You,' Leaks 'Dirty Gold' On Twitter (UPDATE)

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Rapper/singer Angel Haze went off on her label, Island/Republic Records, via Twitter on Wednesday morning. Apparently, executives for the record company told Haze that if she finished recording her debut studio album before the summer, they would release "Dirty Gold" this year. Haze received word from her label, however, that the album would not see light until March 2014, and so she took matters into her own hands.

"So sorry to Island/Republic Records, but f--k you," Haze wrote on Twitter. "I got here doing this for my fans and if you guys don't feel the same, it won't stop me." True to those who have supported her and helped make her dreams a reality, Haze leaked "Dirty Gold" on her Soundcloud page for all to hear. (As of this posting, however, the record has been removed from the site.)

Read her awesome Twitter rampage below.

Time after time, we hear artists say how labels screwed them over in this way or that way, but it's extremely refreshing to see someone like Angel Haze, a new face in the industry, give action to her words. This post will be updated if "Dirty Gold" appears back online.

UPDATE:
Angel Haze stated on Twitter that after talking with her label, they have agreed to release "Dirty Gold" on Dec. 30th in the U.S. and U.K. You can read the tweets explaining the situation below.

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