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Lana Del Rey has employed the skills of Harlem femcee Azealia Banks on the new Smims & Belle remix of her latest single “Blue Jeans”. Banks, who is currently reveling in celebrity in the UK due to the success of “212“, rides the beat like a champion while Del Rey’s siren-like vocals provides a yin to Banks’ yang. Smims & Belle, Mark Foster and Isom Innis of Foster The People, also did a great job on the mixing end. In all, the track is a electro dance dream.

Del Rey will be performing “Blue Jeans” on The Voice this weekend but we highly doubt that she’ll bring out Azealia for the remix — tough cookies.

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  1. Aubrey Harnois

    Lana Del Rey continues to smolder. The “Born To Die” chanteuse just released a new music video in pre-release of a much anticipated double album, this one called “Bel Air” which has fans guessing at her latest inspirations. Alt-pop singer Sky Ferreira re-emerged at the end of 2012 with the Ghost EP to signal a new direction in her career. She teamed up with indie producers Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid on ‘Everything is Embarrassing,’ a gloomy dance ballad about love gone awry. ‘Maybe your current products let me be your lover / Maybe if you tried then I would not bother,’ she solemnly sings. Ferreira’s echoed vocals soar over the song’s celestial production, backed with hard-hitting drum machine and light piano. Embarrassment had never sounded so beautiful..,*`

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