Singer Lana Del Rey, best known for her hit songs “Video Games” and “Summertime Sadness,” has now admitted in an interview that she has used her knowledge of witchcraft to try to place a hex on President Donald Trump. In an interview with British music publication NME, Del...
I'm listening to Lana Del Rey right now. Her first album dropped during an emotional phase of my life, and while I'm sometimes embarrassed to admit it, I really like Born to Die. But, until a week ago, I avoided listening to it because my listening activity flipped a switch with my friends who could see me listening to Lana Del Rey on Spotify. Show More Summary
Watch her sing anthems from Lust For Life live for the first time.
For five years, Lana Del Rey has made a mint mixing old Hollywood iconography and spurned love stories. Her music was dour and gauzy, glacial and bass-heavy with a kiss of hip-hop flair. 2012’s Born to Die came from nowhere with a fully-formed Natural Born Killers aesthetic that was perhaps ... More »
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Lana Del Rey is perhaps most well-known as a purveyor of melancholia, singing songs of dysfunctional love and romanticized drug use and nostalgic references to Americana. It was therefore only fitting that her Spotify-hosted listening party for her just-released album, Lust For Life, would take place at a restored Victorian house in West Hollywood now…
Lana Del Rey has released the follow-up to her weakest album, Honeymoon (2015). Lust for Life is also her most star-studded album to date, featuring luminaries like Stevie Nicks, Sean Ono Lennon, The Weeknd, ASAP Rocky and Playboi Carti. Finally, an album that marries Stevie... Continue reading
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A track-by-track guide to the lyrics that make us want to smoke five joints & lay on a beach in the arms of our sugar daddy.
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This week's Notable Releases include NIN's second of three EPs, Lana Del Rey's new album ft. Stevie Nicks, Amebix/Voivod offshoot Tau Cross, and more. Continue reading…
Today Lana Del Rey releases her fifth album, Lust for Life, transporting us all back to her trippy, nostalgic, motif-heavy universe conveniently located in the heart of Hollyweird. In honor of the occasion, we invite you to play along with the latest Lana Mad Libs: Peaches! Blood! Charles Manson! Corsets! ... More »
Fly Me, the new novel from GQ editor Daniel Riley, takes place in a tiny Southern California beach community where seemingly everybody is either a stewardess or a drug-runner. Its heroine is a recent transplant who's both a stewardess and a drug-runner. It's 1972, and everyone in town is doing their best to shut out…
For as long as she’s been known, it’s been a given that Lana Del Rey has “features” in abundance, but not on her albums. If her persona has been the outcome of a carefully, even poetically arranged series of gestures and looks, maintaining that particular image has mandated that she ... More »
“God Bless America - And All The Beautiful Women In It” is credited to Young Metro.
Sounds like: Lana Del Rey, Bats For Lashes, HAIM Song: VON GREY - 6 AM What's so good? Having impressed with the dark tones of "Poison In The Water," Atlanta's VON GREY return with the slightly more pop infused follow-up, "6 AM." While...Show More Summary
How does an artist who’s based their entire aesthetic on the Stars and Stripes enter a new musical era in Trump’s America? For Lana Del Rey, perhaps the most intriguing and divisive pop star working today, it was a topic that inevitably needed addressing. But instead of switching up her image and avoiding the topic […]
Another week, another bounty of delectable music. Though we have been given tastes of their respective full-lengths out today, both Tyler, The Creator and Lana Del Rey had far more surprises in store than their previously shared singles. We’ve also been blessed with the grooviest thing Vic Mensa has ever released, an 11-minute sonic epic […]
At long last, Lana Del Rey‘s new album Lust for Life has finally arrived. Stream it in all its moody, Americana glory below via Spotify. The album contains the previously released singles “Love,” “Summer Bummer,” “Groupie Love,” and the title track, in addition to “Woodstock – Coachella in My Mind,” a track she shared after […]