Working with with Paul "Adele" Epworth is either the best or worst career decision ever, depending on how you want to look at it.
XL Recordings, a label famous for being able to handle difficult but brilliant artistes, 'let her go'. This does definitely not mean that Azealia is a complete nightmare to work with and even if it did, you don't want all your popstars to be Una Healy, do you? No you do not.
Anyway she subsequently did quite well without a record label or PR which is pretty good going these days, is it not? And then she signed to Polydor, as one does. Her first move was to build on the success of '212' by releasing, er, '212'.
Then Azealia put out a free single called 'Jumanji', an EP called '1991' followed by a mixtape. She's nothing if not a hard worker is our Azealia.