Lana Del Rey explained her song, “F****d My Way to the Top” in an interview with Complex magazine. The song is off her new album Ultraviolence.
The new trailer for The Great Gatsby is a triple threat, also giving us a taste of new music from Beyonce and Lana Del Rey.
Indie queen Lana Del Rey takes top honors and steamrolls the competition.
Lana Del Ray shows her sultry siren side in this new bare-all photo shoot for British GQ.
LDR plays director again for her new clip from debut album Born To Die. Another montage of moments from other people’s lives, the clip is full of found footage, some of it pretty gritty: strippers, lovers, drugs and fading flowers.
A new cut from LDR’s Born To Die, “Blue Jeans” gets the official treatment with a video helmed by visual master Woodkid. It’s sexy, moody and features a whole lot of PDA with the guy from “Born To Die”; Bradley Soileau is his name if you care.
Now I know that purists are going to be very upset at this one, and yes, you could just go listen to The Smiths, and you should certainly go do that too. But if you haven’t completely overdosed on Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games” yet, or even if you have….this works.
It was only a matter of time before somebody in the gaming world lampooned Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games”. And that time has come.
Harry Potter superstar Daniel Radcliffe hosts, and it’s sink or swim as Lana Del Rey makes her network TV debut.
To conclude our coverage of everything next-level in 2011, these are the eleven most compelling “breakout” acts of the year.
LDR finally gets the fancy treatment. There’s a cathedral, a speeding car, a shirtless dude for lots of making out, blood and tigers!