Fe // Mother Russia
I know close to nothing about London songstress Fe, other than she sounds a lot like my girl Lana Del Rey. Her latest track “Mother Russia” is worth listening to, along with “Giddy Up.” We’ll keep an eye out for her upcoming music.
Bel Air // Lana Del Rey
i lost my reputation, i forgot my truth. But i have my beauty and i have my youth.
‘TROPICO’ the film, coming next year
“Bel Air” is a dreamy and languid highlight from Lana Del Rey’s EP, Paradise. Love it.
Warning: Because I have been extremely busy with other things… this post is something I took from the Huffington Post… Yep, too busy to write up a review for Lana’s TEN MINUTE VIDEO! Yep, heaven. I know some people have moved on to hate Lana, but please do yourself a favor and check out this video - well worth it.
Ride (Official Video) // Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey has released an EPIC 10-minute video for “Ride,” her new single off Born to Die - The Paradise Edition.
"I was a singer. Not a very popular one," Del Rey says during the video’s three-minute prologue, which alludes to the fact that her character might be a prostitute. “I once had dreams of becoming a beautiful poet. But, upon an unfortunate series of events, saw those dreams dashed and divided like a million stars in the night sky that I wished on, over and over again, sparkling and broken.”
"I was always an unusual girl," Del Rey says.
What follows is a series of striking images: Del Rey wrapped in an American flag; Del Rey having sex with an old man on a pinball machine; Del Rey riding a motorcycle with bunch of guys who you might find at next year’s Sturgis Festival; Del Rey firing a gun.
"I’m tired of feeling like I’m fucking crazy," Del Rey croons, before putting on a Native American headdress.
"Every night I used to pray that I’d find my people," Del Rey says as the video winds down. “And finally I did … on the open road.”
"Ride" was directed by Anthony Mandler, who previously worked with Del Rey on the video for “National Anthem” and is a frequent collaborator with Rihanna. Watch the clip above. “The Paradise Edition” is out on Nov. 13.
Ride // Lana Del Rey
"I’m tired of feeling like I’m fucking crazy," sings Lana Del Rey in a rare moment of seemingly raw emotion, making out to be an absolutely gorgeous string-drenched ballad that Rick Rubin produced — moving Lana back to the power of beloved track “Video Games.”
In the first months of the year, the biggest story in music might’ve been Born To Die, Lana’s spectacular mess of a debut album, which mangled the mysterious drugged-out grace of her excellent early singles and completed her transformation into self-styled stereotype punchline. But the album does have its fans, and they’ll be happy to learn that LDR will release a massive “Paradise Edition” of Born To Die this fall. “Ride” is one of the eight tracks that will be on the upcoming album.
Because of course she did, Lana Del Rey decided to cover Nirvana’s immortal “Heart Shaped Box” in Sydney, Australia recently. And you know what? She sorta kills it! Watch the fairly decent fan-recorded video of the performance below (warning: your trance will be disrupted when the video sadly cuts short).
Summertime Sadness // Lana Del Rey
The latest video-collage masterpiece from Lana Del Rey, “Summertime Sadness” is out and you should take the 4 minutes & 42 seconds to watch it. (If you had watched her video for “National Anthem”, be sure to not let that completely ruin Lana’s work).
National Anthem // Lana Del Rey x A$AP Rocky
A$AP Rocky plays President John F Kennedy to Lana Del Rey’s Jackie O in the video for “National Anthem,” the latest single from Born To Die.
Lana Del Rey once performed under the name May Jailer; her first album, Siren, found its way to YouTube - even before her days as Lizzy Grant.
Have a listen to this track “Birds of a Feather”.
Please, just watch this new video from Lana Del Rey.
Lana Del Rey performs her cover of Kasabian’s ”Goodbye Kiss” for Fearne Cotton from the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge.