When Angel Haze released the acoustic cover of Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball' as part of her 30 Gold series, I complained about it being a cover instead of another freestyle which, by that point, she had been knocking out of the park. It wasn't a bad cover, I just wanted more along the lines of her Kendrick freestyle or the incredible Macklemore one (which I'm glad is getting more coverage beyond sites like us). She returned with a freestyle over Gil Scott-Heron's 'New York Is Killing Me'/technically a reworking of Haze's 'New York' and now she's back with another cover.

This time she's taking on Lana Del Rey's 'Summertime Sadness' and, now, I'm not even fussed if she continues doing full blown covers as part of the series because this one is pretty great. Haze feels like a chameleon. She can switch from the harsh, viper-like freestyles as seen over 'Backseat Freestyle' to the silky smooth vocals as with this cover with definite ease. The 30 Gold series is definitely doing a great job at highlighting not only who Haze is enjoying listening to but also her many talents and assets. It's essentially the perfect introduction to one of the most impressive, young artists out there at the moment.

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