Previously unheard Lana Del Rey song 'Maha Maha' leaks - listen

The song follows 'Black Beauty', 'Queen Of Disaster' and the Lady Gaga-baiting 'So Legit'

Yet another previously unheard Lana Del Rey song has leaked online.

Click above to listen to the track, entitled 'Maha Maha'. The song follows other leaked tracks 'Black Beauty' and 'Queen of Disaster', which have come in the wake of her debut album, last year's 'Born To Die'.

Last week another Lana Del Rey song called 'So Legit' also leaked. The track appeared to feature lyrics aimed at Lady Gaga. The song, which could be an old demo, perhaps even dating back to the time when Del Rey was recording under her real name Lizzy Grant, features lyrics including: "Stefani, you suck, I know you're selling 20 million, Wish they could have seen you when we booed you off in Williamsburg".

Del Rey recently announced that she is to star in her own short film called 'Tropico'. The singer used Twitter to break the news, writing: "TROPICO - a 30 minute film coming to a city near you. Premier dates coming soon. Lots of Love, Lana Del Rey."

She also shared a poster for Tropico in which she is pictured cradling a snake.


The poster credits reveal that Del Rey's co-star in 'Tropico' is Shaun Ross, a model who's also appeared in videos by Beyoncé ('Party') and Katy Perry ('ET'). The credits list the director as Anthony Mandler, who previously worked with Del Rey on her 'Ride' video last year.

Meanwhile, the film was "produced by" the four music producers whom Del Rey worked with on last year's 'Paradise' EP - Rick Rubin, Rick Nowels, Tim Larcombe and Dan Heath - which suggests that the film will feature music from the EP. The film is billed as "a tale of redemption told to the music of body electric God's and monster's bel air (sic)", which seems to confirm this, as 'Body Electric', 'Gods And Monsters' and 'Bel Air' are all tracks from the EP.

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