Lana Del Rey's song catalog apparently leaks like sieve. Two previously unreleased tracks, 'Dynamite' and 'Noir,' from the stunning chanteuse have hit the Web not long after her release of 'Born to Die: Paradise Edition.' In the case of 'Noir,' it's pretty clear why it was shelved.
As a newcomer in 2012, it's hard to believe that Lana Del Rey already has six official clips in her videography. The music videos that the songstress has released thus far are visual works of art, with deep plotlines, stunning imagery and moody monologues from the theatrical, buxom-lipped beauty.
With all of the amazing music that was released throughout 2012 came lots of awesome music videos. From Pink's tortured and emotive choreography in her 'Try' video to the insanity that is Psy's gloriously over the top 'Gangnam Style' clip, there has been a plethora of captivating visuals from 2012 that have stuck in our minds. We've narrowed down the lengthy list to 16 of 2012's most standout videos, but which one gets your vote for the 2012 PopCrush Video of the Year award?
Lana Del Rey has been tryin' not to get into trouble, but she's got a war in her mind -- so she headed over to the long-running BBC talk show 'Later... With Jools Holland' to deliver a live performance of her latest single, 'Ride.'
'Cola,' the Lana Del Rey song in which she sings, "My p---- tastes like Pepsi-Cola," is headed to radio. The singer revealed during an interview that 'Cola' will be the next single to promote her new EP 'Paradise.'
The 2012 MTV EMAs took place tonight (Nov. 11) in Frankfurt, Germany, with pop music's A-list, like Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, Carly Rae Jepsen and more, coming out to walk the red carpet, to accept awards and to perform. The EMAs are essentially the European equivalent of the VMAs, only with more European artists and scenesters, like Pixie Geldof, in attendance.
Lana Del Rey recently tweeted an image inspired by her 'Cola' lyric: "My p---- tastes like Pepsi-Cola / My eyes are wide like cherry pie." While it baffled (and gave the giggles to) the masses, she finally offered a somewhat lucid explanation of the line.
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