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Dec
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Lana performs in China

Lana is currently in Beijing, China, where she performed at the Dior’s SS12 Fashion Show today. By clicking on the thumbs below you get a first impression of Lana’s performance. Thanks Blog.BureauBetak.com for the pictures. Enjoy! (:

 Appearances > 2011 > Performs at Dior’s SS12 Fashion Show in Beijing (Dec 16)

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Dec
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New Photoshoot by Jacob Sutton


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Lana Del Rey did a new photoshoot with photographer Jacob Sutton for W Magazine. By clicking here you can read the article that was written about her on the official W Magazine website. Enjoy! (:

15
Dec
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Born To Die Single Cover

CD Artwork > Singles > Born To Die
* We would like to say thanks for our lovely friend Lucile for send us this picture.

15
Dec
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Lana Del Rey Live At 98.7FM

We are a little late, but Lana Del Rey performed three  stripped-down versions  of her songs for 98.7 FM’s Performance Studio.  If you want to watch all videos click in ‘Read More’.



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Dec
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Pitchfork: The Top 100 Tracks of 2011

Lana Del Rey ranked at 19th with Video Games on Pitchfork’s list of  The Top 100 Tracks of 2011. You can read what Pitchfork said about Video Games below:

Lana Del Rey is an extremely unlikely indie fave, but that’s OK– it doesn’t look like the rest of the world knows what to do with her, either. It’s not often that you come across a breakout artist who so thoroughly disguises her own level of awareness or intent. Listening to “Video Games” for the first time, hearing those chords paired with that voice, was a true WTF moment. Literally: “What the fuck am I hearing right now? Who is this person and where did she come from?”

Among other things, “Video Games” is Del Rey’s withering critique of the dehumanizing desires and stunted emotional capacities of men, and it would be powerful enough even if she were just momentarily putting on the guise of a tragic sex kitten in order to make her point. The fact that her overarching persona is more or less inextricable from that cartoonish bombshell, however, adds another fascinating, unnerving layer to the performance. The song’s net effect was a mixture of that opening sense of mystery tempered with what we learned (or didn’t learn) about a woman once known as Lizzy Grant. As a song, it should be too over-the-top to work– the stereotypical tastefulness of the music, the breathiness of Del Rey’s vocals, the utter sadness and desperation so blatantly present in the lyrics. But it clicks because she never winks, not even when the tape stops rolling and the cameras are turned off.

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