Want to hear 1:30 snippets of songs on the 'Paradise' edition of Lana Del Rey's 'Born to Die?' Well, you are in luck, LDR lovers. Minute-and-a-half snippets of the album have landed online, and are posted below for your listening pleasure.
Lana Del Rey's music might seem secondary, as the singer continues to pop up as a model. Yes, leaks from her bottomless vault of music occur regularly, but she's pretty much a full-fledged model at this point. The futuristic photos from her Winter 2013 H&M campaign have surfaced online and the 'National Anthem' singer looks like a cross between Jane Fonda's Barbarella and Priscilla Presley. So, in a sentence, she's from another era!
Last night, Oct. 17, the second season of 'American Horror Story' premiered. After watching guest star Adam Levine get into some serious spooky ish with his onscreen wife, we couldn't help but think how much Sarah Paulson's character Lana Winters resembles songstress Lana Del Rey.
The prolific Lana Del Rey has released a new video for 'Yayo,' which boasts archival, vintage footage from an era gone by, some of it featuring LDR herself shot on what looks like grainy, Super 8 film stock. The images from the past are set against her melancholy, somber vocals. The result is like a noir short film where nothing is clear and everything is left to the imagination.
This week was a big one for brand-new song releases, with Wiz Khalifa, Lana Del Rey, Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Kesha all releasing fresh, previously unheard tracks. All of the tracks are official singles from these five powerhouse artists, and we want to know which song was your favorite of the week.
Sometimes, car companies like to choose loud, fast-paced rock songs to accompany commercials in which cars race around narrow turns and across highways, but Jaguar goes in a different direction in its new F-Type ad, choosing instead to play a slow, instrumental portion of Lana Del Rey's 'Burning Desire.'
The first official single from the 'Paradise' edition reissue of Lana Del Rey's 'Born to Die' is 'Ride,' a melancholy, maudlin, murky and moody song. So yes, it's like much of Del Rey's surprisingly prolific catalog, since you know, new tracks leak with incredible frequency.
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