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In recent weeks, Lana Del Rey has kept herself busy releasing pretty-good covers of classic songs by Leonard Cohen and Nancy Sinatra on YouTube, but now she's gotten back to the business of releasing…   Read Story »
Lana Del Rey has never downplayed her affection for Nancy Sinatra -- you might remember she called herself a "self-styled gangsta Nancy Sinatra" back in the "Video Games" days. Now, out of nowhere,…   Read Story »
As we reported earlier this year, Jay-Z had a large hand in the music component of the upcoming Baz Lurhmann's film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. The tracklist for the…   Read Story »
In a new video, and for no discernible reason, Lana Del Rey has given us her take on Leonard Cohen's ridiculously great 1974 song and possible Janis Joplin tribute "Chelsea Hotel No. 2." LDR has left…   Read Story »
"Summertime Sadness" was one of the most wooden and obvious songs on Lana Del Rey's none-too-impressive 2012 debut album Born To Die; the first time I heart the album, it was the song that finally…   Read Story »
Well, here's something the comments section should love. Back in September, we reported that Lana Del Rey is at the center of a new ad campaign for Jaguar's new F-Type car, and that she'd recorded a…   Read Story »
Last night, the Weeknd made his television debut on BBC's Later ... With Jools Holland, where he performed "Wicked Games." Lana Del Rey also appeared on the show to perform her recent "Ride." Watch…   Read Story »
"Ride," Lana Del Rey's stately new Rick Rubin-produced ballad, is the best song we've heard from LDR in quite some time. And now UNKLE, James Lavelle's surviving trip-hop project, has turned it into…   Read Story »
Lana Del Rey has a new video for "Bel Air," one of the new bonus songs from Born To Die: Paradise Edition. It would've been great if the video chronicled her passionate but doomed romance with Uncle…   Read Story »
In an especially on-the-nose moment of Lynch-inspired marketing, Lana Del Rey covered Bernie Wayne and Lee Morris's American standard "Blue Velvet" for an H&M ad campaign recently. And now the…   Read Story »