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How Lana Del Rey’s “Lust For Life” Connects To An Infamous Hollywood Suicide. news. Apr 20, 2017 by Chris Mench @Chris_Mench. Referenced Artists. The Weeknd. Lana Del Rey It’s not clear if Peg Entwistle’s suicide directly ties into the album, but there are a remarkable number of parallels between her story and the visuals and
Jun 23, 2014 · Kurt Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean, has reacted to Lana Del Rey’s recent ”I wish I was dead already” proclamation, which came after an interviewer mentioned Cobain and Amy Winehouse.
Lana Del Rey knows Hollywood, dropping references to everyone from Marilyn Monroe to Nancy Sinatra to Lana Turner, from whom she borrowed her name. And the video for her new song with The Weeknd, “Lust for Life,” invites recollections of one of Hollywood’s most storied tragedies. “Lust for
Jul 16, 2014 · Lana Del Rey talks about feeling crazy and suicide in a new Rolling Stone interview.
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Bizarre: Lana Del Rey has admitted she lives on her ex-boyfriend’s couch in New York, as she signs autographs for fans outside the Jimmy Kimmel Live talk show in Los Angeles A cloud of controversy continued to surround the singer as she sang Video Games on top U.S. talkshow, Jimmy Kimmel Live, last night.
There’s this very popular video of Lana Del Rey online that seems to confirm that the sad-girl image she cultivates in her music videos, photo shoots, and interviews is her real personality. It’s a clip of her breaking down while performing her first hit, “Video Games,” in front of a crowd
Elizabeth Woolridge Grant (born June 21, 1985), known professionally as Lana Del Rey, is an American singer and songwriter. Her music has been noted by critics for its stylized cinematic quality, its preoccupation with themes of tragic romance, glamour,
”Summertime Sadness” is a song by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey from her second studio album, Born to Die (2012). The trip hop ballad  was released on June 22, 2012 by Interscope Records as the fourth single of the album.