Last month, we posted about how Lana Del Rey will be honoured with the Trailblazer award at Billboard‘s upcoming Women in Music event, which is set to take place on December 11 in New York City.
The award ceremony will air on Lifetime on December 18. Lana also appeared on the cover of Billboard magazine that same month.
This month, the website posted an interview with the dark, orchestral songstres which you can view below.
“I love the discussions I had with Elon Musk this year, and I enjoyed my talk with [geneticist/molecular biologist] John Hardy, who is trying to understand what causes Alzheimer’s.”
Her Scientific Exploration
“One of the most promising techniques I learned about was optogenetics: a biological technique that involves the use of light to control cells in living tissue.”
Her YouTube Viewing
“I went back and looked at a lot of documentaries on actors and historical figures I admire. I especially liked James Cagney: Top of the World and the Biography Channel’s Henry Ford: Tin Lizzy Tycoon.”
Iconic Women (Real and Fictional)
“I love Joan Baez and Julie London. I love their voices, and I relate to their artistic nuances, as well as what they stood for. Also, I love Scarlett O’Hara and Joan of Arc.”
The Italian Coast
“I really loved being in Portofino this year — the beautiful buildings that date back hundreds of years, the weather and the culture.”
Debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with Honeymoon
Embarked on the 20-date Endless Summer Tour, which included eight shows with Courtney Love
Featured on “Prisoner” from The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness
Covered Daniel Johnston’s “Some Things Last a Long Time” for a short film about the outsider artist
This story will also appear in the December 12 issue of Billboard, which will honour Lagy Gaga as their woman of the year.