Posts Tagged ‘lana del rey’

15 Reasons We’re Happy to Have Lana Del Rey Back

For a while, we thought we might lose Lana Del Rey. The singer, born Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, first caught buzz on indie blogs for videos like "Blue Jeans" and "Video Games," but then it was revealed... Read more »

Lana Del Rey – “West Coast”

After premiering the track during her set at Coachella last night, pouty-lipped songstress Lana Del Rey has now dropped an official version of her latest tune, “West Coast.” The song is Del Rey’s trademark blend of... Read more »

Lana Del Rey Announces 2014 Tour Dates

Though she’s been keeping quiet, Lana Del Rey is about to release her sophomore effort, Ultraviolence. In preparation of the album, she’s announced a month-long North American tour that begins at the end of April. Tickets... Read more »

Dan Auerbach Appears to Be Producing Lana Del Rey’s New Album

Lana Del Rey appeared to confirm today that The Black Keys‘ Dan Auerbach is the producer of her forthcoming album, Ultraviolence. Bearing the caption, “Me and Dan Auerbach are excited to present you Ultraviolence,” a photo posted... Read more »

Download Lana Del Rey’s New Song “Once Upon a Dream”

Disney’s forthcoming feature film Maleficent, which tells the tale of Sleeping Beauty form the perspective of the evil witch queen, is looking promising. Perhaps fittingly, and most certainly adding to that unsettling-but-beautiful feel they seem to... Read more »

See How Much Better Lana Del Rey Has Gotten at Performing on Live TV

Last night,  the lovely Lana Del Rey performed at The Breakthrough Prizes, a ceremony which honor scientific achievement in the past year. Introduced by Kevin Spacey (hosting because, like, space and science and stuff), who makes... Read more »

Lana Del Rey’s “Tropico” Is Out and it’s Making Her Fans Insane

Earlier today, Lana Del Rey released her short film, Tropico (watch here), and it’s a bright, vivid whirlwind of a 30 minute video, rammed full of religious imagery and pop culture references. Starring Lana and model Shaun Ross, the... Read more »

Watch Lana Del Rey’s Short Film “Tropico”

Over the past few weeks Lana Del Rey has teased her 27-minute short film Tropico based on the biblical story of Adam and Eve, and today it’s finally available to stream in full. Starring Lana as Eve... Read more »

Watch A New Trailer For Lana Del Rey’s Film “Tropico”

Lana Del Rey is releasing a film called Tropico exclusively on Vevo on December 5, and after recently sharing the official trailer there is now another short teaser to check out. The film is directed by Anthony Mandler and... Read more »

Watch the Trailer for Lana Del Rey’s Film “Tropico”

Lana Del Rey will release her 30-minute film Tropico on December 5 on Vevo, and after having shared a couple of extremely brief teasers (see below), there is now a longer trailer to take a look at.... Read more »

Lana Del Rey Calls Upcoming Short Film a “Farewell Project”

Last month, Lana Del Rey announced a short film called Tropico. The 30-minute film is being directed by “Ride” director Anthony Mandler, produced by Rick Rubin, and set to the music of three songs: “Body Electric,”... Read more »

Willis Earl Beal Issues a Response Song to Lana Del Rey’s Surfaced “Black Beauty” Track

Last week a Lana Del Rey track called “Black Beauty” surfaced online, and was met with positive reception from a number of blogs. Now, the song has been pulled, but its brief existence was enough to... Read more »

Choose-Your-Own-Adventure: A Guide to Lollapalooza Day 1

Dranks on dranks on dranks and loud music allows nights, and hell even days, to spiral out of control much too often. Weekend-long festivals can compound some of the worst decision making into the shortest period... Read more »

35 People Who Don’t Know How to Feel About Lana Del Rey Dissing Lady Gaga

Guh, innocence lost is the saddest thing. One day you’re just sitting around, being the ultimate Gaga fan AND the ultimate Lana fan at the same damn time, then all of a sudden an old diss... Read more »

Surfaced Lana Del Rey Song Disses Lady Gaga

In a newly surfaced Lana Del Rey song called “So Legit,” most likely from her days recording under the name Lizzy Grant before she got famous, there are some pretty direct shots aimed toward Lady Gaga. The... Read more »