In Lana Del Rey‘s cover story for Complex, she speaks on issues of authenticity and makes a few good points:
“If you consider the definition of authenticity,” Lana says, “it’s saying something and actually doing it. I write my own songs. I made my own videos. I pick my producers. Nothing goes out without my permission. It’s all authentic. Why would it be a different thing? I never changed my sound. I never stopped writing about what was actually going on in my life. There’s nothing to hide.”
Still, it’s hard to stop hate-mongers once they get going. We still think she should maybe consider some of our suggestions.
Read the full cover story at Complex.