Lana Del Rey covers Another Man magazine, in celebration of its 10th anniversary. Del Rey sports a 1960s look, very reminiscent of Jacqueline Kennedy. The singer’s look was styled by Alister Mackie. The full shoot can be viewed on Another Magazine’s website.
Lana Del Rey will go on tour this summer in support of her Ultraviolence album. Courtney Love will join Del Rey on The Endless Summer Tour, which will travel throughout North America. The tour launches on May 7th in The Woodlands in Texas at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Del Rey and Love will then travel to Dallas (TX) on May 9th, before making stops in Colorado, Arizona, California, Washington, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Canada, New York, Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia. The Endless Summer Tour will conclude on June 16th in West Palm Beach, Florida.
The pop singer has released three studio albums including her self-titled debut, Born to Die, and Ultraviolence. The pop singer’s Honeymoon album is expected to be released some time this year. Her sophomore project Born to Die produced six singles, which include “Video Games,” “Born to Die,” “Blue Jeans,” “Summertime,” “National Anthem,” and “Dark Paradise.” The project reached Number 2 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart, after selling 77,000 copies worldwide. To date, Born to Die has sold over seven million copies.
Del Rey’s latest project, Ultraviolence, featured production from Greg Kurstin (Sia, Kelly Clarkson, and Pink), Paul Epworth (Coldplay, Adele, and John Legend), and Rick Nowels (Madonna, John Legend, and Nelly Furtado). The album sold 182,000 in its debut week, and entered the Billboard 200 Albums chart at the Number 1 position. Ultraviolence was led by the single “Westcoast,” which peaked at Number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Four other songs were dropped from the album including “Shades of Cool,” “Ultraviolence,” “Brooklyn Baby,” and “Black Beauty.”
Lana Del Rey has been nominated for two Grammy Awards. Her Paradise EP was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at last year’s award show, and Del Rey’s “Young and Beautiful” was nominated for Best Song Written for Visual Media. “Young and Beautiful” was featured on The Great Gatsby soundtrack, and it was produced by Rick Nowels.
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