Angel Haze and Azealia Banks are putting their differences aside. The fiesty femcees have buried their beef.

The New York rappers got into a feud in January, exchanging fiery words and diss tracks on Twitter.

During an interview with Fuse at SXSW, Angel said she has moved on.

“I’m a 20-year-old girl and sometimes I get a little aggy at other girls who kinda throw a little shade here and there,”

she admitted.

“As far as I’m concerned, it’s totally over. I don’t really care about it and I wish her the utmost success, and it shouldn’t have happened on such a public platform, so that’s all I regret.”

Azealia acknowledged her comments, tweeting,

“@angelhaze thanks for being nice in ur interview beotch. I know you don’t hate me ;).”

Angel has recorded 13 songs for her debut Dirty Gold, due this summer on Universal Republic.

“I wanna say I’m 60 percent there,” she said. “I’ve made recent adjustments to the record.”

The album will be executive produced by Markus Dravs, who has worked with Arcade Fire, Coldplay, and Mumford & Sons.

“I like to record in a form that I have a surplus of stuff to choose from, so once I have all that done, then I’m pretty sure I’ll be good,” she said.