Lana Del Ray will give fans just what they want on the deluxe edition of her forthcoming 'Born to Die' album: more music.

As she grows in popularity (she'll be appearing on 'SNL' this weekend), the viral 'Video Games' maker is becoming more and more in demand, which is exactly why she's dishing up an additional three tracks on the upcoming release, due out at the end of the month.

Fans who purchase 'Die' extended will snag the same 12 tracks that are on the regular version, in addition to 'Without You,' 'Lolita,' 'Lucky Ones' and a 'Video Games' remix, courtesy of Joy Orbison.

The red-headed songstress is hoping to make a big impact in 2012, starting with her introductory album -- a release which she promises will help you get to know her really well, as it's quite personal. "I think most of the songs verge on dark and beautiful. I mean, when I make a record, I’m not really going for a big show-stopping sound," she recently told an Australian publication. "I’ve been singing for so long now that you just end up writing for yourself and making it as personal as possible."

The 25-year-old songstress was understandably worried when two of her tracks leaked onto the web recently, but assured her illegal-downloading fans that the seeped songs were just demos, and thus, nothing like what's on the upcoming album.

We'll get to hear those two, and more, when 'Born to Die' -- the deluxe edition -- hits on Jan. 31.

'Born to Die' Deluxe Edition Track Listing:

1. ‘Born to Die’
2. ‘Off to the Races’
3. ‘Blue Jeans’
4. ‘Video Games’
5. ‘Diet Mountain Dew’
6. ‘National Anthem’
7. ‘Dark Paradise’
8. ‘Radio’
9. ‘Carmen’
10. ‘Million Dollar Man’
11. ‘Summertime Sadness’
12. ‘This Is What Makes Us Girls’
13. 'Without You'
14. 'Lolita'
15. 'Lucky Ones'
16. 'Video Games (Joy Orbison Remix)' [Bonus Track]