Lana Del Rey’s Ultraviolence Standout “Brooklyn Baby” Surfaces

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In FADER’s cover story on Lana Del Rey, Duncan Cooper called “Brooklyn Baby” an “uncharacteristically self-assured gem.” Today we get to hear that Ultraviolence standout, ahead of the album’s June 17 release. The nostalgia-seeped song, touching on Lou Reed, beat poetry, and jazz, surfaced this morning. Listen to the track below and revisit Lana Del Rey’s cover story.

POSTED June 7, 2014 12:08PM IN MP3 / STREAMS, MUSIC, MUSIC NEWS Comments (4) TAGS:

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  3. Alex says:

    Actually, the track is available on iTunes in New Zealand; so it didn’t actually surface/leak. It will be available internationally on June 8th.

  4. B. Columbus says:

    Dude, she’s not singing as herself, she’s singing as if she was a “Brooklyn Baby”.