Video Games was named as the best video of 2011 by Toronto Men’s Online Magazine. To check all the list, click here. You can watch the video and read what Toronto Magazine said about Video Games below.
Lana Del Rey’s eerie ode to fucking with the camcorder on will be remembered as the first (and maybe last) genuine hipster blog/Youtube crossover hit, even if her career has fizzled by next March. It’s a great song in the first place, slow but insistent, but the clip cements it; Del Rey’s vamping is mysterious even as she now risks overexposure, her mix of stock and pop culture clips intriguing even after repeating the idea twice more. In short, “Video Games” transcends whatever hope or hate you might hold for its artist and earns the attention it’s brought her.
Tuesday February 28th – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney (www)
Saturday March 3rd – Toff In Town, Melbourne (www)
Lana Del Rey gave an interview where she talks about making videos. The interview was made on the Chateau Marmont, the same place where Lana’s sang for Mulberry. We found some pictures from yesterday’s show, just click in the thumbs bellow.
Lana Del Rey performed live at Mulberry’s intimate party last night at the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood. You can watch the performace of Born To Die below:
We found videos of Lana’s perfomaces at The Troubadour in Los Angeles on 12/07/2011.
One of the crewmembers told to E! that Lana Del Rey is set for a perform on Saturday Night Live, the source said “We booked SNL in mid-January, right before her album drops.”. This seems to be a great step for Lana’s carreer because SNL is a huge program in US and it would be her first performace in an american television show.