All-encompassing Harlem rapper/singer/star Azealia Banks will be making her motion picture debut in the upcoming film Coco.

Directed by Wu Tang icon RZA (his third official directed film following 2012's The Man With The Iron Fists and next year's Spoken Word) and written by Nicole Jefferson Asher, Coco will feature Banks in a very familiar persona - as a 20-something New York rapper.

"I'm extremely excited and vigorously inspired to be working with Azealia Banks in my new directorial installment," RZA stated. "Producer Paul Hall and I have assembled a cool and eclectic cast to surround Azealia. Our story, which is set in today's contemporary youth culture, will bring a new voice to cinema that needs to be heard."

The New York Times also confirmed that fellow musicians Common and Jill Scott will also be featured in the film, as well as Orange Is The New Black star Lorraine Toussaint.

Exact details of the release are still unknown. Until then, grab Banks' critically-heralded 2014 full-length debut Broke With Expensive Taste today on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify, check out her upcoming tour dates (plus the 405's feature on her May 11th show at Irving Plaza in New York City), and check out her recent video for 'Ice Princess' below.