Lana Del Rey - "Brooklyn Baby"

We’ve already heard Lana Del Rey’s Ultraviolence track “Brooklyn Baby” in part. Now the whole thing is out there. While it’s unmistakably a product of Del Rey’s self-made universe, it sounds like a part of that universe we haven’t explored before — one that explicitly mentions hydroponic weed, incidentally. If the title didn’t give it away, “Brooklyn Baby” seems to be one of Del Rey’s critiques of the New York music scene, not one of her melodramatic fantasias. Delve into it below.

Ultraviolence is out 6/17 on Interscope.

Comments (13)
  1. It’s great. Ultraviolence it’s shaping up as a great album an very different form Born To Die

  2. The best song of this era and one of the best she’s ever produced. So pumped for this!

  3. Dammit, I like this. Is her album actually going to be good? Lol

  4. I haven’t listened yet, but I’m guessing it’s just a cover of “Coney Island Baby” with less specificity.

  5. Hold on kids, that leak should be here any day now.

  6. God DAMN this is good!

  7. One of kind, never heard anything like it. Soundscape, lyrics – really good stuff. Actually, reminds me of Hendrix a little bit.

  8. I’m going to buy this record and listen to it all summer long.

  9. She will soon be 28yo so this is her last chance to get to the 27s and be come a eternal idol….anyway I am a huge fan of her so I really don’t want her to die because they still need some good music!

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