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Lana Del Rey feat. Azealia Banks

"Blue Jeans (Smims and Belle remix)"

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May 10, 2012

The original was a nice idea – ZZ Top's "Sharp Dressed Man" made into a trip-hop ballad, even if Del Rey is too thin a singer to pull it off. This remix proves you can save anything with the right flavor of disco thwump and a tight freestyle – in this case, from hip-hop comer Azealia Banks, who storms in blazing hotter than Jamaica.

Listen to Lana Del Rey feat. Azealia Banks' "Blue Jeans (Smims and Belle remix)":

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