Prepare yourselves, people, because Lana Del Rey is about to get all spiritual on dat a$$. The singer is working on her full-length follow-up to her 2012 'Born to Die' and extended play 'Paradise' and says she's "moved on to a more spiritual place lyrically," according to BBC Radio 1, who caught up with LDR after the BRIT Awards.

The bombshell said she is already gunning to make a music video for her new track titled, 'Black Beauty.' "For some reason the videos are still the easiest things that come," Lizzie Grant explained, "As soon as I write the words to a song, I can paint exactly what I want the picture to look like."

So what will Del Rey's new musical venture sound like? The singer remarked, "It's a little more stripped down but still cinematic and dark." Lana, you mysterious minx, tell us more! She said she's been slaving away at her new tunes in Santa Monica, Calif. with the same group of guys who produced her previous work.

LDR had a big night at the BRIT Awards last week, beating out fellow pop heavy hitters like Taylor Swift, Rihanna and Alicia Keys for International Female Solo Artist. Her upcoming album will be her second full-length album and her third release following her 'Paradise' EP. Not to mention, she's also been hard at work on 'The Great Gatsby' soundtrack. LDR keeps busy!

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