Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' Is Out On June 16, Panic Accordingly

Brace yourselves, Brooklyn babies: Ultraviolence now has a tracklisting, an album cover and a release date. Lana Del Rey will be fucking her way up to the top on June 17 via Polydor. From the official press release: Lana will be releasing her new album “ULTRAVIOLENCE” on Monday 16th June on…


"West Coast": Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' Anthem Gets A Bunch Of Official Remixes

[dropcap size=small]R[/dropcap]emixing Lana Del Rey's "West Coast" was bound to be a tricky task. With all those mumbly bits and tempo shifts, "West Coast" feels like a particularly remix un-friendly middle finger to the EDM superstars attempting to drag the moody chanteuse onto the dance floor.…


Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' Album Cover Has Arrived

Prepare for the reckoning: Lana Del Rey's Ultraviolence is nearly upon us. After the Paradise beauty revealed the tracklisting yesterday (still not over "Fucked My Way Up To The Top," and never will be), the official artwork for Ultraviolence was uploaded on UMG's database (Universal Music Group),…


The Tracklisting For Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' Is Here, You Little Bitches

LIFE IS SUDDENLY SWEET LIKE CINNAMON. WHY? Because the tracklisting for Lana Del Rey's Ultraviolence has arrived, you little bitch. From Lana's Facebook: CRUEL WORLD ULTRAVIOLENCE SHADES OF COOL BROOKLYN BABY WEST COAST SAD GIRL PRETTY WHEN YOU CRY MONEY POWER GLORY FUCKED MY WAY UP TO THE TOP OLD…


Lana Del Rey Is Burning Up For Your Love In "West Coast" Video

Down on the West Coast, they got a sayin'...if you're not burnin', then you're not playin'. The video for Lana Del Rey's heaven-sent Ultraviolence maybe-lead-but-possibly-buzz single "West Coast" has arrived. True to form, the cinematic clip follows our Lord And Savior Del Rey as she twirls at the…


"West Coast": Lana Del Rey's Psychedelic 'Ultraviolence' Evolution Begins

It's finally here, you little bitch. It's been just over two years since the release of Born To Die — the best album of 2012, and one of the true standout records of the past five years — followed by the equally masterful Paradise re-edition later that year. In between records, Lana's won new fans…


There Is A Giant Billboard for Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' in Brooklyn, So That's Normal

via @delreylane As we can all agree, with Britney semi-out of commission as a part-time Vegas #WORKBXXCH for the next two years, there's very little reason to be living at this very moment — except, of course, for Ultraviolence. Lana Del Rey is clearly making a full-time career out of teasing our…


Lana Del Rey Casually Reveals New Single Title In A Tweet, Remains Wholly Unconcerned With Promo

@prefixmag wrote that for someone else 4 years ago ...... New single is called West Coast — Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) April 3, 2014 Hype? Press? #PhuckYourPromo: Lana Del Rey has no time for your traditional marketing techniques, you little bitches. With the mystery of Lana's…


Another Day, Another Agonizing Instagram Tease From Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey, Queen of Coney Island, sure loves to leave us wanting more (MOAH). As May 1st, the supposed release date of Ultraviolence (according to Lana herself), creeps closer with each passing day, the "Young & Beautiful" chanteuse has remained mostly mum regarding the status of her much…


Lana Del Rey Tagged The Weeknd In Her Selfie, No One Knows Why (But Start Panicking Now)

GUH. As the Ultraviolence era creeps closer still with each passing day, the details around Lana Del Rey's upcoming Born To Die follow-up remain sparse — apart from her accidental May 1 release date slip while signing photos for fans, as well as this confirmation that the record is being helmed…


Lana Del Rey Just (Sort Of Accidentally) Revealed The 'Ultraviolence' Release Date

Born To Die beauty Lana Del Rey is known for many things, including her taste for bad boys, her Pepsi Cola-flavored nether regions and her saintly duties — frequently blessing the believers with her healing words. It's no surprise, then, that she decided to stop and chat, sing "Happy Birthday" and…


#JusticeForLana: The Academy Just Disqualified A Best Original Song Oscar Nominee

So, remember when the Oscar nominations for Best Original Song were announced a few weeks ago? The list included Pharrell's "Happy" from Despicable Me 2, "Let It Go" from Frozen (which will probably win, let's be real), Karen O's "The Moon Song" from Her, and "Ordinary Love" from Mandela: Long…