We're in New Orleans, a city not known for peace and quiet. A couple of blocks from Lana Del Rey's hotel lies Bourbon Street, the scene of drunken rampages from morning till night. Head in the opposite direction and you can expect to be assaulted by the vibrant brass of the French Quarter's street jazz musicians. Del Rey says she's not scared to put another record out because she "knows what to expect this time", but during the two-and-a-half years since Born to Die came out, she has often dismissed the idea of a follow-up because she'd "already said everything I wanted to say". But that was more personal to me – it was about my feelings on free love and what the effect of meeting strangers can bring into your life: how it can make you unhinged in the right way and free you from the social obligations I hope we're growing out of in 2014. How much did that video reflect her actual life?
Lana Del Rey fans are speculating a new album may be on the way soon due to some cinematic posters that were appeared around Los Angeles on Friday (Feb. 17). The posters show Del Rey looking angelically from the clouds with word Love plastered over an image of her and an unidentified male. Fans are speculating the new album will be titled Young and in Love, the same name of a song that was registered last month. It has been two years since Del Ray released her fourth studio album, Honeymoon, which rose to No. 2 on the Billboard 200 in September 2015
Love & relationships. Honeymoon finds Del Rey reverting, after the more atomised, individual characters of last year’s Ultraviolence, to a composite persona closer to the dissolute subject of her Born to Die debut. Not only does her vocal delivery remain the same throughout, but also its protagonist’s voice ; while the emotional impact of what might sometimes be traumatic developments seems somehow damped, as if experienced through a narcotised haze. The only chink in the album’s smooth, shiny carapace of luxurious emotional imperviousness comes in Salvatore, where the sleek strings are underscored by a subtle Latin shuffle, while Del Rey adds the slimmest wafer of humour to the romantic chorus, Matadoré/Limousine/Ciao amore/Soft ice cream, as she licks her melting gelato in the front seat of a shiny convertible, en.
Now That I've Found You: A Collection is an album by Alison Krauss, released February 7, 1995. It is a retrospective of the early part of Krauss' recording career. It includes songs that appeared on her solo albums, albums by Alison Krauss & Union Station, and some that appeared on an album by Alison Krauss & the Cox Family. It also contains some new material.
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The album debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 within the first week of it’s release on January 27, 2012. It was eventually certified platinum after gathering a hefty one million record sales and reaching peak positions in eleven international song charts. Born to Die includes some of Del Rey’s most widely known songs and attained its success after the initial video premiere of Video Games on June 29, 2011. Although never receiving any awards for the album, the collection still remains as one of Del Rey’s most popular releases, being enjoyed by more than 7 million people worldwide. I consider the record a homage to true love lost and a tribute to living life on the wild side. When I was young I was overwhelmed by thoughts of my own mortality, but I also found fleeting moments of happiness in the arms of my lover and friends.
Both Lana Del Rey and Courtney Love write about irresistible institutions – Hollywood, mainstream acceptance and powerful men. The heartbreaking twist of each narrative is that the singers will always be outside the circles they describe desiring. People ask me about musical similarities between our stuff, Del Rey says to Love, who is calling from a movie set in Vancouver. I just know it’s the kind of music I listen to all the time: when I’m driving, or when I’m alone, or when I’m with friends. So, I moved there, I finished school and I made that record (Lana Del Ray . Lizzy Grant), which was shelved for two and a half years, and then came out for, like, three months. But I was proud of myself.