The ever outspoken Azealia Banks is making competition out of lovable First Lady Michelle Obama.

Gracing the April 11 cover of Billboard, in an eye-catching sequined blue dress, the "Ice Princess" rapper candidly revealed her not-so-schoolgirl crush on the commander-in-chief.

She says of President Obama: "He's so fine. Those big-ass white teeth and ears hanging off his head? I’m like, ‘Oh my god, I want to f--- the president.'"

While Banks has always been candid about her sexual escapades, she also admits she's looking for something more permanent than just a fling. "I want a really smart man, who has a lot of silly jokes and stuff. I have to tone it down if I want to get that," she reveals.

The president may share traits with Banks' dream man, but Banks also seems to be more career-oriented than she is on finding Mr. Right. The 23 year old has been honing her sense of independence and finding new creative outlets outside of her music career.

"There was a point where I was questioning everything," Banks admits. "Am I brushing my teeth at the wrong time? Am I drinking too much? Smoking too much weed?" But that's changed now: "I don't turn to anyone for advice. I do what I want."

The rapper/singer/songwriter also told Billboard that she listens to Ralph Waldo Emerson's Self-Reliance for inspiration and, like many creative types, works at unconventional hours.

"I work during witching hours, 3AM, 4AM, when the dead writers, the failed writers and the failed musicians who are dead are roaming around," she says.

Above all, Banks wants to be remembered for her work: "Celebrities are celebrated, and I don’t think I’m celebrated,” she reveals. “But maybe one day. It would be nice. I just don’t want to be forgotten about while I’m still alive.”

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