Record label complications forced stars to scrap release of collaboration on 'Blue Velvet' remix
michael baggs
08:33 25th June 2013

Lana Del Rey came close to collaborating with Angel Haze on a remix of her 'Blue Velvet' cover, but record label issues forced the female stars to scrap the track.

American rapper Haze published the lyrics for the verse on twitter, saying "Sucks that you guys can't hear it," because the label 'didn't like it'. Haze wrote additional lyrics for Lana Del Rey's cover, but her label (Island) were unwilling to let Del Rey's label (Polydor) release the track.

Lana originally covered the famous 50's song during a H&M advert last year, after she became the new face of the fashion brand's 'LA Noir' collection.

The track also appeared on the Paradise Edition of her debut album, Born To Die.

See the lyrics Angel Haze posted below:

Watch Lana Del Rey's 'Blue Velvet' H&M advert here: 

Earlier this month, a previously unheard track by Lana Del Rey leaked online. 'Beautiful Player' was believed to have been recorded in 2013, and is the second time that this has happened this year - after last month when another new track,'Queen of Disaster', leaked online.

Below - Photos: Lana Del Rey gets up close and personal with guitarist at Paris gig