Lana Del Rey
A quote in early copies of Kim Gordon’s memoirs that Lana Del Rey ‘off herself’ have been edited out of the published version.
Is Lana Del Rey a feminist? If you ask Kim Gordon, the answer is very simple: no.
Sometimes it’s an honor just to be nominated. On the other hand, lots of great songs from films don’t even get an Oscar nod for Best Original Song.
Lana Del Rey is hard at work on the follow-up to her 2014 commercial breakthrough, ‘Ultraviolence.’
Started from the bottom, now the Governors Ball is here with a Canadian rapper, a blues duo, a Mickey Mouse-esque DJ and the gangster Nancy Sinatra leading its fifth year lineup.
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards announced their nominees for the 2015 show. And, there were some big name musicians who earned themselves a nomination.
It’s from the new Tim Burton flick of the same name.
To help ease your stress this holiday season, Radio.com came up with a foolproof gift guide for all those music lovers in your life. Seriously, nothing says happy holidays like an inflatable confetti banana from Miley Cyrus or a painting of Taylor Swift’s cats.
“You know, I have slept with a lot of guys in the industry, but none of them helped me get my record deals. Which is annoying.”
Maybe you can feel it in the cosmic energy surrounding us, but Mercury is no longer in retrograde and Jupiter is probably not currently aligned with Mars.
Kanye West knows he’s a God, the next Walt Disney or Steve Jobs, but in his opinion Lana Del Rey ain’t half bad either.
Are you still befuddled as to the popularity of Lana Del Rey? Where did she come from? How did she get that name? And…is she any good?
Dey Rey opens up about meeting fans during shows, Nina Simone and the best gift she ever received from the crowd.
On the moody, reverb-heavy track off her new album (out June 17), Lana plays the lovesick flower child we all know that she is, but it’s not all peace and love, she’s dealing with whether or not her older flame can handle her hipster lifestyle.
The beguiling “Young and Beautiful” star has offered up a quick snippet of the latest ‘Ultraviolence’ track.
Before her show at the Toyota Oakdale Theatre, Lana Del Rey spoke with 96.5TIC’s Lisa Gold all about her new album Ultraviolence, her fans and her tour. Check it out!
Last night Lana Del Rey performed a sold out concert at the Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford… Check out photos from her concert!
Coachella’s got a woman problem. We got the answer.
The slinky, breathy ode to a boy and the western seaboard of the United States, the song stays in Del Rey’s melancholic lane. Is it, as she claimed of her new album, “so dark it’s almost unlistenable”? No, not in the slightest.
With her new song, “Meet Me In The Pale Moonlight,” Lana Del Rey is playing the girl of your dreams, making it known she’ll be your one-time baby, your little dairy queen. All for one little kiss.
The ”Ride” singer will perform at Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in May.
From The Flaming Lips to Dolly Parton, Miley Cyrus have been slowly wrapping herself in a wide variety of covers, showing her growth as an artist, her willingness to risk, and her maturity in being able to embody a swath of topics, from infidelity to robot fights.
“Me and Dan Auerbach are excited to present you Ultraviolence,” Lana tweeted along with a photo of her sitting on Auerbach’s lap.
The fifth annual Sweetlife Festival in Maryland is celebrating good food and good music with a lineup that boasts indie rock, pop and one hip-hop foodie.
The original song “Once Upon a Dream” first appeared in the 1959 Sleeping Beauty movie, after which Maleficent is modeled.
Yes, Lana Del Rey is releasing a new album. And yes, it has a title.
or her session with BBC’s Radio 1 Live Lounge, Miley Cyrus tried her hand at Lana Del Rey’s “Summertime Sadness.” Miley makes it all her own and frankly, out-sings Lana.
In a new teaser, Del Rey is shown in a veil while desperately praying for her life. “Dear John forgive us our sins,” Lana Del Rey says as a man resembling John Wayne is shown holding a rifle.
As a “Summertime Sadness” remix brings her to radio in a big way, we sit down with Lana Del Rey to discuss the past and the future of one of music’s most divisive figures.
While she has intimated never releasing a sophomore album, Del Rey let it slip that she’s been working on a new full-length to follow-up the enormous success of ‘Born to Die,’ which has sold more than 3.4 million copies worldwide.