"So Legit" is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey. The producers are currently unknown. It is also unknown when it was recorded but is speculated to be either 2009 or 2010. The track leaked on July 23, 2013.
Background[edit | edit source]
Lyrically, the song is clearly about now-labelmate and singer Lady Gaga. In the song, Del Rey addresses Gaga by her real name and says she "sucks" among other insults towards her. When the track leaked, it caused controversy with websites such as Huffpost and ThatGrapeJuice calling the song a "Lady Gaga diss track".
When Del Rey was asked about the song in an interview with Rolling Stone released on July 16, 2014, Del Rey responded stating "That was a misunderstanding".
The original file name is called "So Legittt".
Cross-references[edit | edit source]
- A mention of "switching it up" is in "Put Your Lips Together".
- Del Rey refers to the "downtown scene" in "Art Deco," "Salvatore," and "Dum Dum".
- Coke is mentioned in songs like "Dangerous Girl" and "Girl That Got Away".
- "Punk rock" is mentioned in "Blue Jeans".
- To be "born bad" is also mentioned in "Kinda Outta Luck" and "Never Let Me Go".