Lana Del Rey Releases ‘Born To Die’

 

It wasn’t too long ago that we were all put into a spell with Lana Del Rey’s title track video. With Born To Die out today, there’s now a bunch more where that came from.

The self-proclaimed ‘gangsta Nancy Sinatra’ defines her genre as ‘Hollywood pop/sadcore.’ No doubt that Lana makes us feel a little emo with a side of gully – preview a few of the tracks below and try to stop that g-meter from rising.

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Lana Del Rey – “Off To The Races”
 

Lana Del Rey – “Blue Jeans”
 

Lana Del Rey – “Video Games”
 

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Video: Melo-X – “Video Games” (Lana Del Rey Cover)

 

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The ever talented Melo-X can probably make music in his sleep. The most recent product of “playing around in the studio” is a cover of the popular “Video Games” by Lana Del Rey. Pretty fancy indeed.

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Video: Lana Del Rey – “Born To Die”

 

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Fever-inducing Lana Del Rey doesn’t need to do much to get one hot and bothered as evidenced by her “Born To Die” non-video that dropped last week. What could possibly be better than the non-video, though?! Duh – the video video.

There is certainly no skimping on the grandeur with the main opening setting in a magnificent church. A poised Lana sits on her “throne” in-betwixt two tiger homies in a scene that is quickly cut by a cut-off shorts and tennis shoe wearing Lana in the middle of nowhere with her man. And as the bleary love story unfolds, we find ourselves more and more emo. Damn, boo.

Very well done.

Born To Die drops January 30th.

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New Track: Lana Del Rey – “Born To Die”

 

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From commentary on “Video Games” and “Blue Jeans” to being “Born To Die,” the lulling Lana Del Rey seems to excel at making spellbinding music all while keeping a girl next door sort of charm.

Above, you’ll find a mostly static video for “Born To Die” with a bare Lana hugged up against a tatted boo. Word is that the official video is around the corner. But really, this video is almost enough – we can’t stop wondering how in the world those two are able stand so still.

Look out for Lana’s album, Born To Die, to drop January 30th.

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Videos: Lana Del Rey – “Video Games” & “Blue Jeans” (Live at The Premises) + Remixes

 

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In August, you may have been enraptured by the beauty that is Lana Del Rey and her lullaby of a song, “Video Games.” Of late, she’s been on fire with a couple live videos for her two-side single “Video Games” / “Blue Jeans” as well as a couple remixes for “Video Games.”

Catch the stripped down “Video Games” live performance above. After the jump you’ll find the “Blue Jeans” live performance video along with Joy Orbinson and Balam Acab remixes for “Video Games.”

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“Blue Jeans” video & “Video Games” remixes after the jump