Tom Odell covered ‘Video Games’ by Lana Del Rey live on BBC Radio 1. Watch the video below:
Lana Del Rey was featured in several charts of Billboard’s “Best Of 2013“. Below you are able to check a compilation of all charts positions:
“Billboard 200 Albums” (Born To Die, #53)
“Hot 100 Songs” (Summertime Sadness, #55)
“Top Artists” (#53)
“Billboard 200 Artists” (#30)
“On Demand Songs” (Summertime Sadness, #34)
“Dance/Electronic Songs” (Summertime Sadness, #11)
“Dance/Electronic Digital Songs” (#12)
“Dance/Electronic Songs Artists” (#16)
“Digital Songs” (Summertime Sadness, #47)
Thursday December 5th sees the release of ‘Tropico’ a 30 minute film from Lana Del Rey.
Watch the trailer for ‘Tropico’ here: http://vevo.ly/uP4nnF or below
Written by Lana and directed by Anthony Mandler, ‘Tropico’ is a tale of redemption told to the music of ‘Body Electric’ ‘Gods and Monsters’ and ‘Bel Air’ – all tracks taken from Lana’s “Born To Die” – The Paradise Edition album.
‘Tropico’ stars Lana Del Rey and Shaun Ross.
‘The Tropico EP’ is released on digital on Dec 5th and features:
Lana has become one of the most exciting and captivating artists in the world. Her debut album “Born To Die” has gone triple platinum in the UK and she has sold over 5 million albums and 7 million singles globally, including her release “Young And Beautiful” taken from the soundtrack of the hit movie “The Great Gatsby” and her recent massive worldwide hit “Summertime Sadness”. Lana has also toured extensively throughout the year to much critical acclaim taking in Europe, The States and South America.
“The Tropico EP” is released on digital on Thursday December 5th on Polydor.
Complex Magazine included Lana Del Rey‘s ‘Born To Die’ on their list of the best 50 pop album covers of the past five years.
On position 8, Lana sees her first piece of art, overpassing covers of names like, Madonna, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and many others. Complete link here.
Even if the music on Born to Die, the debut album from songstress Lana Del Rey, is, as Rolling Stone‘s Rob Sheffield described it, “pop-starved,” the cover itself is all the tragic pop-gloss that Lana tried to put forth on the record. There’s something ominous about the photo, as bright as it is, possibly due to the shadows or whatever the shapes in the background are—there’s something hiding just out of view. Or maybe it’s how properly Lana can affect her detached and still-flawless persona to a simple gaze. The typography here is also an example of great design—a typeface called Steelfish, in this case extra bold—created in 2001 by Ray Larabie with an update in 2010, just in time for this cover to come out. —Dale Eisinger
It’s now official! «Summertime Sadness» will be the second single of Lana Del Rey in the USA. According to All Access, the song is schedule to begin playing in American radios on July 2, 2013.
As a marketing strategy, Interscope Records, started promoting the upcoming new single by sharing, all over the internet. Also, the use of MailerLite alternative is one of the most effective email marketing tools in the market. To know more details about this automation tool, read the mailerlite review 2019. an inedit remix that can be listen below:
Remember that «Summertime Sadness» has been listed for 116 weeks in 7 different charts and its first appearance was week 5/2012 in the France Singles Top 100 and the highest entry was number 15 in the Germany Singles Top 100 (it was single in Germany only).