Lana Del Rey Songs Remixed: Listen to 7 of the Best

Lana Del Rey photographed in 2015.
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Lana Del Rey photographed in 2015.

These remixes are sure to ease your (end of) summertime sadness.

As August nears its end, the final days of summer are among us. But listening to Lana Del Rey's beachy vibes -- especially when paired with breezy beats -- will make it feel as though summer never left.

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Check out seven of the best Lana Del Rey songs remixed below. 

Lana Del Rey? - Summertime Sadness (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)

Eerie and intricate production serves as the backbone for this spacey remix that sees the pitch of Del Rey's smooth vocals raised up a notch from her usual lower register. 

Lana Del Rey? - Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)

In an alternate take on the same track, this remix is a continuous explosion of colorful and high-energy beats. It boasts so much charisma that it's hard to believe the song was ever about being sad in the first place. 

Lana Del Rey? - Ultraviolence (Datsik Remix)

Datsik completely turned the original version of this track on its head -- resulting in an entirely new song, save for Del Rey's vocal contributions. This remix finds that sweet spot between laid-back and lively. 

Young And Beautiful (Kaskade Mix)

This remix keeps the soft-spoken beauty of the original version intact -- but only momentarily, as it is quickly put on full blast, complete with high-energy drops and deep house beats. 

Lana Del Rey? - Video Games (Sound Remedy Remix)

Feeding off of the original subtlety of this track, Sound Remedy offers up a version that doesn't stray too far in terms of tempo or vibe -- save for the dense layers of electronic wizardry that are delivered midway through. 

Lana Del Rey? - West Coast (Zhu)

This sultry slow-burner is revved up with a repetitive dance beat that slinks on in the background and becomes more intricate as the remix plays on.

Lana Del Rey? - Blue Jeans (RAC Mix)

Considering this track is one of the more upbeat Lana Del Rey songs, the remix comes across more natural than most as it carefully coordinates rhythm and pace to deliver a version on par with the original.