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    Earlier this year, Lana Del Rey announced plans to release a new album called Norman Fucking Rockwell in 2019. Now, the California pop artist has confirmed that the Lust for Life follow-up is officially done.

    Tracks:

    1. Venice Bitch
    ​2. hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but i have it
    3. Cinnamon
    4. Mariners Apartment Complex
    5. How to Disappear
    6. Happiness Is a Butterfly
    7. Norman Fucking Rockwell

    As Billboard points out, Del Rey revealed the exciting news during an Instagram Live stream on Sunday, telling her followers that Norman Fucking Rockwell is “completely finished.” She also teased a potential release date for a new album track, and it’s just around the corner. “I think I’m putting a song out on January 8th,” she remarked.

    Yup – ‘Mariners Apartment Complex’ is the album’s first public cut, a classically Del Rey smoulder of silken acoustic country music and orchestral washes. “This song is kinda about this time I took a walk late at night with the guy I was seeing and we stopped in front of his friend’s apartment complex,” Lana told Annie Mac, “and he put his hands on my shoulder and he said ‘I think we’re together because we’re both really similar, we’re both really messed up’.

    “I thought that was the saddest thing I ever heard. I said ‘I’m not sad, I didn’t know that you thought you were relating to me on that level… I’m actually doing pretty good’. He was upset and that was when I wrote the song. I’ve had to step into that role where I was showing the way and being the brighter light… I thought I’d put it out and it would be one of those things that I felt good just to have out there for myself, but it’s cool to be able to share it with people too. I didn’t expect to do that.”

    What with getting embroiled in a row over playing in Isreal and holding a magic hand-binding ceremony to try to oust Trump, you’d think Lana Del Rey had become more pawn in international political disputes than singer these days. But never fear Reyettes, Lana’s sixth album is incoming, and here’s what we know so far.

    In February 2017, she released the single “Love” from her fifth studio album, Lust for Life.[12] In April, Del Rey released the title track “Lust for Life”, a duet with The Weeknd. In July, two songs featuring ASAP Rocky were released ahead of the album: “Summer Bummer” (also featuring Playboi Carti), and “Groupie Love”. The album reached number one in the US, becoming her second to reach the top there.

    In September 2018, Del Rey released the lead single “Mariners Apartment Complex” from her upcoming sixth studio album, Norman Fucking Rockwell. Later that month, she released the second single from the album, “Venice Bitch”. The third single, “Hope Is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman like Me to Have – but I Have It”, was released in January 2019.

    American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey has released five studio albums, four extended plays, 20 singles, and 16 music videos. Lana Del Rey signed a record deal with 5 Points Records in 2007 and the following year, she released her debut EP, Kill Kill, under the stage name Lizzy Grant. Her debut studio album, Lana Del Ray, was shelved initially and was released in January 2010 under the name Lana Del Ray.[1] However, the record was pulled three months later.[2]

    In 2011, Del Rey signed a record deal with Stranger Records and released her first single, “Video Games”. It became a top ten single in various European countries and achieved several certifications. Later that year, she signed a joint record deal with Interscope Records and Polydor Records and released her second studio album, Born to Die (2012).[3] Born to Die peaked at number two on the US Billboard 200 and charted atop the charts of multiple regions including Australia, France, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.[4][5] It was the fifth best-selling album worldwide in 2012 with 3.4 million copies sold throughout that year.[6] As of June 2014, the album has sold more than seven million units globally,[7] and over one million copies in the United States.[8] It was further preceded by five singles, “Born to Die”, “Blue Jeans”, “Summertime Sadness”, “National Anthem”, and “Dark Paradise”. In July 2013, a Cedric Gervais remix of “Summertime Sadness” was released and peaked at number six on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming Del Rey’s first top ten single in the United States.[9]

    In late 2012, Del Rey released an EP called Paradise, and a reissue of Born to Die titled Born to Die: The Paradise Edition. Paradise yielded two singles: “Blue Velvet” and “Ride”. “Burning Desire” was released as the sole promotional single from the EP. In 2013 and January 2014, Del Rey contributed the songs “Young and Beautiful” and “Once Upon a Dream” to the soundtrack of the 2013 adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and the soundtrack for Maleficent, respectively.

    Her third studio album, Ultraviolence, was released in the summer of 2014 and debuted at number one in 12 countries.[10] The album produced five singles: “West Coast”, “Shades of Cool”, “Ultraviolence”, “Brooklyn Baby”, and “Black Beauty”. As of July 2014, Ultraviolence has sold more than one million copies worldwide.[11] In December 2014, two songs “Big Eyes” and “I Can Fly” were released, which Del Rey recorded for the soundtrack of Tim Burton’s film Big Eyes.

    In 2015, Lana Del Rey was featured on Emile Haynie’s album We Fall for the song “Wait for Life”. She also recorded the song “Life Is Beautiful” for the trailer of the movie The Age of Adaline. Del Rey was also featured on The Weeknd’s album Beauty Behind the Madness on the song “Prisoner” which peaked at number 47 on the US Billboard 100 despite not being released as a single. In September 2015, Del Rey released her fourth album Honeymoon to critical acclaim and positive reviews. The album was a success debuting at number two on the US Billboard 200, and peaking at number one in Australia, Greece and Ireland. Two singles were released from the album: “High by the Beach” and “Music to Watch Boys To”. “Terrence Loves You” and “Honeymoon” were also released from the album as promotional singles. In late 2015, Del Rey covered Daniel Johnston’s song “Some Things Last a Long Time” for his short film Hi How Are You Daniel Johnston.

    In 2016, Del Rey was featured on The Weeknd’s third studio album Starboy. She appears on the two tracks she co-wrote, serving as a background vocalist for “Party Monster” and a featured vocalist “Stargirl Interlude”.

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