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  1. Lana Del Rey is facing criticism for saying she loved the way Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth loved each other. Namely because for one they're distant relatives (third cousins) and also because of Prince Philip's racist past. A lot of the comments are going IN. Again. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  2. Hey Exhale, I was inspired to work on a classical remix of Lana Del Rey's "Chemtrails Over the Country Club" song after watching the music video. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8065g2 "to be soft is powerful" The password is: lana
  3. Not sure if this has been posted, but I don't remember seeing it & I'm surprised... Courtney Love posted about Lana Del Rey's new album Chemtrails & in the caption mentions that Sam Lutfi has been in contact with Lana?? It's in reference to a lyric on 'Dance Till We Die' where Lana sings "Court almost burned down my home" She says Lutfi "told her" she would burn it down. I'm confused whether Lana and Lutfi are regularly in contact or if it's a one-time thing. Say what you want about Courtney but I think, and always WILL think, that she knows a lot of deep stuff about what goes on in Hollywood. (Like her comments on Weinstein years before **** hit the fan).
  4. Lana Del Rey's new album, 'Chemtrails Over The Country Club,' is officially out! Stream and comment. Related:
  5. 1 day after the release of her new album "Chemtrails over the Country Club", Lana Del Rey reveals that her next album "Rock Candy Sweet" will drop on June 1st.
  6. Lana Del Rey's album title track and music video for "Chemtrails Over the Country Club" is officially out. Lana also revealed the album’s cover and tracklist.
  7. Azealia Banks and Lana Del Rey have a longstanding feud with one another. Still, it doesn't excuse this abhorred rhetoric from Ms. Banks. She body shames Lana's body from the new candids that came out. Not a good look. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  8. Lana Del Rey is still attempting to rebound form her controversial statement posted last year. She said at the time: "Now that Doja Cat, Ariana (Grande), Camila (Cabello), Cardi B, Kehlani and Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé have had number ones with songs about being ****, wearing no clothes, (expletive), cheating, etc. — can I please go back to singing about being embodied, feeling beautiful by being in love even if the relationship is not perfect, or dancing for money — or whatever I want — without being crucified or saying that I’m glamorizing abuse?" Many were quick to point out Lana was singling out women of color. She said she was "not the enemy" and "definitely not racist." Cut to today. Lana's new album cover for Chemtrails Over The Country Club is out, and according to Lana it's inclusive. I get what she's trying to say here, but it's a mess. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  9. Lana Del Rey had some... interesting things to say about Trump and the US today. I think some of her words are being taken out of context, but still she sounds kinda silly. “The madness of Trump… As bad as it was, it really needed to happen. We really needed a reflection of our world’s greatest problem, which is not climate change, but sociopathy and narcissism. Especially in America. It’s going to kill the world. It’s not capitalism, it’s narcissism… But, you know, I just think there’s actually, minus our terrifying death toll, I think it was a huge wake-up call. Your life is not about what kind of shoes you buy, it’s not about going to Harvard or Oxford. It’s about what kind of person you are. If you’re an ******* and everyone … if you’re a jerk and everyone tells you that you are and everyone tells you that you’re a jerk, then we finally need to address this big issue in the world of what do we do with all these people who don’t know they’re hurting other people? Do we put them all on an island together?” Lana was then asked if she actually believed that Trump was ignorant of the effect he was having on his followers. She said it was Trump’s “delusions of grander” and that the Capitol rioters were displaying “disassociated rage:” “I think he’s unwell but I think the people who are storming and getting in trouble and then Fox News flashes to them and they’re saying, ‘It’s a revolution.’ I know this is a long answer but I think this is really the most important thing I’ll say in this interview. I think, for the people who stormed the Capitol, it’s disassociated rage. They want to wile out somewhere. And it’s like, we don’t know how to find a way to be wild in our world. And at the same time, the world is so wild… Again, I think people are having to re-evaluate what is strange and not strange. Watching the people storm the Capitol, everyone gets to go look at that and figure out what Capitols they’ve been storming this year in their own freakin’ lives. ‘Cause everyone’s running amok. You know, half the people I know are just jerks. Like I could picture them being like, ‘Well, we need a change.’ You know, and then other half of the people I know are like watching them with tears in their eyes, in disbelief. And it is sad, it is scary. But it could happen in any country.” And finally, Lana said the Capitol rights should serve as a wake-up call to the higher ups. “OK, we’ve got a problem now. We didn’t know that we got half of the country who wants to shoot up the Capitol. We didn’t really know that because we never got to see it. I think this gave us the opportunity to see where our level of mental health is at. And also to see where our level of disassociated rage is.” Thoughts, Exhale? Source Related:
  10. She hurt her arm and was rushed to urgent care! Wow she looks different queen of wearing masks tho Picture source: Daily Mail Related:
  11. Lana Del Rey performed "Let Me Love You Like A Woman" on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Exhale, how'd she do? Related:
  12. Lana Del Rey surprised fans with a music video for a cover of George Gershwin’s 1935 classic, "Summertime." It's stunning! Unexpected, but stunning. She looks gorgeous, too. Thoughts, Exhale?
  13. Update: Lana Del Rey has delayed her forthcoming album, "Chemtrails Over The Country Club," by a few months. I- She blames it on problems with the creation of the vinyls. IDK. Thoughts, Exhale? See the video here. Earlier: This is the rumored cover for Lana Del Rey's forthcoming album, Chemtrails Over The Country Club. It's featured on Sanity.com. In her new interview with Interview, the mag claims the album is expected to drop this month. “I’m grateful that my muse is still here and that I have, over the last three years, been blessed to have the insight and ability to channel two books’ worth of beautiful poems,” Del Rey told her fans in a video posted earlier this year. “And I think my new record, ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’, is special as well.” The satanic symbolism I- Related:
  14. Lana Del Rey released a video for a new song titled "Let Me Love You Like A Woman," the latest release from her forthcoming album, Chemtrails Over the Country Club. The somber song finds Lana crooning over a dreary piano melody. The lyrics are stunning. What are your thoughts? Does it sound like other Lana songs to you or is it completely original? Related:
  15. Lana Del Rey's brand new spoken word album, "Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass," has apparently already received a nomination at the 2021 GRAMMYs in the spoken word category. Former Vogue editor, Andre Leon Talley, claims to have already received his nomination for "The Chiffon Trenches" and revealed that he was up against Lana. I wonder if he's mistaken, because nominations aren't usually out for another few months or so. Interestingly, Variety published an article with their predictions, and mentioned everyone that Talley credited in his caption. I think he assumed that was him being officially nominated when it wasn't Unless he just has really great insight / inside scoop. Either way, congrats Lana? Related:
  16. Lana Del Rey hosted a signing at a Barnes & Noble in LA on Friday for her new poetry book, Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass. She wore a non-functional (basically decorative) face mask, and the Internet had a lot to say. Apparently the health department shut the event down soon after it started. Lana, sis. I- How do we feel about this, Exhale? Related:
  17. Lana Del Rey wears a breathable () face mask on the cover of Interview magazine. The Chemtrails Over the Country Club promo is officially underway! Thoughts on the cover? Related:
  18. Lana Del Rey features on singer-songwriter Matt Maeson's new re-working of his 2018 song “Hallucinogenics,” from his debut LP Bank on the Funeral. I'm liking this a lot Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  19. Lana Del Rey got her first dose of success in 2011, when her homemade music video for her song "Video Games" went viral. Clips of Hollywood glamour and vintage nostalgia were backed by the melancholic love song. In a pop culture landscape dominated by manufactured controversy, popstars, and aggressive EDM parties, Lana Del Rey was a breath of fresh air. “Video Games” brought in a wave of vulnerability, reflection, classicism, and sadness that was nowhere to be found in the pop music world. Furthermore, Lana came into an industry where pop songs often had multiple songwriters, producers, and vocal effects, and where artists often had entire machines behind them. On the flip side, “Video Games” was written by Del Rey and only one other songwriter, only had one producer, all of the vocals were Del Rey’s, and she created, recorded, edited, and released the music video herself. It’s not uncommon nowadays for popstars to write their own music videos and come up with ideas for their music videos. In fact, you’ll find it hard for audiences to embrace popstars without this level of genuineness nowadays. But back then, this hands-on, personal approach was rare in pop music. “Video Games” was only just the start of Lana Del Rey’s influence that would come to alter the pop music landscape for years to come. In a time before mental health had come to the forefront, Lana Del Rey took sad music and struggling mental health to the mainstream. She showed people that it okay to be sad. She was ahead of the “sad culture” that seems to be so prevalent today. Even emo rap, which you wouldn’t think would have any connection to a female popstar, wouldn’t have been possible without Del Rey bringing depression to the forefront of music. Del Rey was also first to bring the ****** version of “Daddy” mainstream, and she did it often. Now, take a look at any large college campus and you’re bound to find at least one girl wearing a baseball cap with “Daddy” written on it. Del Rey revived an alternative sector of the pop music genre, paving the way for artists that ultimately became more successful and recognized than Del Rey herself, despite them having Del Rey to thank for their potential. Artists like Lorde, Billie Eilish, and Melanie Martinez embraced this alternative pop music genre. Lana Del Rey broke the boundaries of music genres and was one of the first to begin mixing music genres. Her first album, “Born to Die” mixed hip hop beats with classical strings, and melancholic, swinging vocals. Her music is so distinct that the music genre, sadcore, was essentially created to describe her music. Moving to the visual aspects of pop culture, Lana Del Rey’s grandiose and creative music video began inspiring other popstars as well. Take a look at Del Rey’s “Ride” music video, which includes a poetic monologue. Compare that to Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” monologue and Camila Cabello’s “What Do I Know About Love?” monologue. Del Rey was also arguably the first to do any sort of “visual album.” Her short film, “Tropico” included a main storyline with 3 of her songs intertwined into that storyline. 3 years later, Beyonce releases her “Lemonade” visual album, with her entire album intertwined into a visual storyline. Contrasting with the conventionally attractive male models usually included in pop music videos, Del Rey was the first to start bringing a diversity of male models into her videos, including slim tattooed “alternative” models, middle aged men with dad bods, older men, an albino male model, and A$AP Rocky to be portrayed as JFK. When it comes to body image issues, self-love, and a greater range of diverse representation in the media, once again, Del Rey was ahead of the curve. Additionally, Lana Del Rey inspired a whole era of the “Tumblr aesthetic” including flower crown, pouting faces, and vintage Hollywood glamour style. She inspired the looks of the first social media influencers. It’s a shame how little Del Rey is recognized for being such a trailblazing pioneer in pop music and pop culture. Do you think Lana has been underappreciated as a pop culture force?
  20. Lana Del Rey posted an Instagram update of her on the set of the music video for Chemtrails Over the Country Club, the title track off of her upcoming record. In the video, Lana is serving old Hollywood glamour while talking about the upcoming video. She also announces that before we see the video, we will hear another song from the album called Let Me Love You Like a Woman. The video is being shot by Neil Krug, who also shot the album photoshoots for Lana's albums Ultraviolence and Honeymoon, as well as other magazine photoshoots. Lana's new album was originally announced to come out this week on September 5, but given her silence and vagueness around the album as of recently, it's unclear when it will be released. Even in the video, Lana only says the album is "coming soon." Lana's upcoming full poetry book, Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass, is set to be released on September 29. What are your thoughts on Lana's music video look and the song title announcement? Are you excited for Lana's new era?
  21. Lana Del Rey teased a new song titled "Tulsa Jesus Freak" off her forthcoming album Chemtrails Over the Country Club (originally titled White Hot Forever). She worked on it with Jack Antonoff and her brother Grant. Her vocals sound incredible Also, her cat meowing Thoughts?! Related:
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