The 'Paradise Edition' of Lana Del Rey's debut album, 'Born to Die,' won't be out until November. However, four of the seven previously unreleased songs on the new edition have already leaked online.

“It’s not a new album, it’s more like an afterthought,” she said of the new edition. “It’s the ‘Paradise Edition’ of ‘Born to Die.’ It’s, like, seven new songs that kind of put a period on the statement I was finishing when I was making the record … It’s beautiful.”

The songs -- 'Serial Killer,' 'Ooh Baby,' 'Ghetto Baby' and 'Summer of Sam' -- sound like a continuation of the sex-kitten-meets-hip-hop vibe that made the original version of 'Born to Die' popular. The four tracks are embedded below so that you can judge for yourself.

'Ghetto Baby' was previously recorded by British pop star Cheryl Cole, who is married to English soccer player Ashley Cole, and appeared on her 'A Million Lights' album, which was released in June. 'A Million Lights' reached No. 2 in the U.K.

Listen to Lana Del Rey's 'Serial Killer'

Listen to Lana Del Rey's 'Ooh Baby'

Listen to Lana Del Rey's 'Ghetto Baby'

Listen to Lana Del Rey's 'Summer of Sam'