Lana Del Rey’s “Blue Jeans” Adds Azealia Banks, Remixed By Mark Foster
Lana Del Rey’s “Blue Jeans” has quickly become the Traveling Pants of the music world, with other artists frequently trying it on for size in covers and remixes. Its latest iteration, as an unrecognizably acid-washed house track, comes courtesy of Smims& Belle, the DJ alias of Foster The People’s Mark Foster and Isom Innis. Rapper Azealia Banks stops in around the 1:20 mark for a hard new verse about getting paper and chasing rudeboys before the whole thing spins into an EDM fan’s wet dream, all wubby synths and climbing bleep-bloops. Grab your glowsticks and head below to listen to the rave-ready cut.