Lana Del Rey: Ultraviolence

Lana Del Rey is finally back. She's back with new album Ultraviolence and nice dose of desire and sadness. "Brooklyn Baby", "Ultraviolence", "West Coast" have been selected as singles for this album and songs have gone straight in the album charts at the top. Album is totally epic and full of sad songs but songs are quiet and peaceful and suitable for deep meditation.
Sad or lively, we are pleased to hear Lana again.

Lana Del Rey was born by the name Elizabeth Woolridge Grant in New York City. She would hit bars in Lake Placid to showcase her talent in singing but always felt that she had to go bigger. Lada Del Rey was so determined that she went to record labels in London to show them a piece of her music but none of them was interested in her style. 
She released an EP called "Kill Kill" in 2008 under the name Lizzy Grant. It was with her father Robert Grant's help that the album reached the market. 
Del Rey wrote "Video Games" and composer called Justin Parker uploaded her performance of the song on YouTube. "Video Games" won a Q Award. Album "Born to Die" was released in January 2012. Next Two mini albums "Paradise" and "Tropico" came out in 2012 and 2013. Del Rey's next album is called "Ultraviolence". It includes a cover of "Once Upon a Dream" from the 1959 film "Sleeping Beauty".

What do you think about her new album? Do you like it or not?

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