Lana Del Rey Lust For Life

"Get Free": Lana Del Rey's 'Choose Life' Anthem for Those Who Might Need It Most

"I do / I want to move out of the black into the blue." Lana Del Rey is perhaps not always the best artist to listen to when you're feeling unbearably sad. A bulk of her catalog epitomizes the feeling of depression, and that captivating voice of hers might just pull you down even deeper into a rut.…


Lana Del Rey's "Love": Romantic Reassurance in Times of Trouble

"Don't worry, baby..." The last time we heard from our Queen of Coney Island, she was dreaming away her life and lighting up by the sea on 2015's starry-eyed Honeymoon. Things are much different, in a variety of ways, in 2017. Intentional or otherwise, Lana Del Rey's first offering from her…


The Top 20 Albums of 2015

Well, here we go. 2015 has been quite a year — personally, professionally and pop culturally speaking. I lived! I loved! I laughed! Actually, I mostly cried, because like a certain Canadian songbird, I have all of these E•MO•TIONs. (FORESHADOWING.) Anyway! We're knee-deep in list season now, and…


Lana Del Rey, Relatable Jazz Singer, Plays Music and Watches Boys Like The Rest Of Us

Lana Del Rey likes you a lot, boy. So much so, she's going to sit right down here in her favorite lounge chair, dressed in her favorite loungewear, sipping a drink with a tiny umbrella while you and the fellas play some basketball and do your fancy skate tricks. (You'll stay shirtless,…


'Honeymoon': Lana Del Rey's Grand Getaway (Album Review)

"Always have an escape route: metaphysically, physically, financially, emotionally," LA billboard icon Angelyne sagely advised in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter. God knows, Lana Del Rey is trying. When most of us first met the Queen of Coney Island, she was running from the cops in…


"Terrence Loves You": Lana Del Rey Gets Twisted on Her 'Honeymoon'

It's nearly time for our Honeymoon. Have you all got your bikinis and bazooka guns packed yet? But first, there's the small matter of the newly unveiled album cover, upon which our Queen of Coney Island can be seen casually sightseeing aboard a StarLine Tours bus. Lana's really toying with her…


MuuTunes: August 2015

Good afternoon...and Merry Madgemas. Today, August 16, is the blessed day of The Mighty M-Dolla, MDNA, Esther, #RebelHeart #SecretProjectRevolution #Iconic #UnapologeticBitch Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone — the Empress of Instagram, the Hashtag High Priestess, the Grillz Goddess and the overall…


Lana Del Rey's 'High By The Beach' Video Is Like Britney's Ultimate Paparazzi Fantasy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnxpHIl5Ynw The Honeymoon era is, in a word, unpredictable. If you'd told me a year ago that our beautiful jazz singer would be wielding a cartoonishly large gun and casually blowing a helicopter clean out of the sky, I would have likely assumed you'd had a bit too…


"High By The Beach": Lana Del Rey Gets By (And High) Just Fine On Her Own, Thanks

"Lights, camera, acción...I'll do it on my own. Don't need your money to get me what I want." Remember the coquettish Lana Del Rey who once sat in our laps and purred into our ears: "Um, do you think you'll buy me lots of diamonds?” Our Lolita is all grown up now, and she doesn't need your bank…


"Honeymoon": Lana Del Rey's Sleepy Start Of A New Chapter

The last time Lana Del Rey kicked off an album campaign, she was moaning her way across crashing drums, shifting tempos and psychedelic rock textures on "West Coast," the ominous lead single off of Ultraviolence. That trip to the stormy side is seemingly over for the time being — and now, she's…


"Wait For Life": Lana Del Rey Returns To The Dreamy Sound Of Her Debut With Emile Haynie

The wait (for life) is over. A few weeks ago, back when Born To Die beauty Lana Del Rey oh-so-casually let the romantic title of her upcoming record slip in an interview (Honeymoon), she also revealed that she'd be making a return to the sound of her debut album on the next go-around. And judging…


Lana Del Rey Casually Reveals New Album Title In An Interview: 'Honeymoon'

Who is hype? Lana Del Rey doesn't know her. The Born To Die beauty is notorious for her amusingly nonchalant manner of revealing huge campaign details that other artists spend massive amounts of label dollars to reveal in massive promotional tactics, like the time she revealed the title of her…