Lana Del Rey


Artist Birtday : 21/06/1985 (Age 35)
Born In : New York city , US
Occupation(s) : Singer - Song-writer
Genres : Dream Pop, Baroque pop, Rock
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Elizabeth Woolridge Grant (born June 21, 1985), known
professionally as Lana Del Rey, is an American singer, songwriter,
musician and record producer. Her music is noted for its stylized
cinematic quality; its themes of tragic romance, glamour, and
melancholia; and its references to pop culture, particularly 1950s
and 1960s Americana.
Born in New York City and raised in Upstate New York, Del Rey
returned to New York City in 2005 to begin her music career.
Following numerous projects including her debut studio album and
the unreleased Sirens, Del Rey’s breakthrough came after the viral
the success of her debut single “Video Games” in 2011. She signed
with Interscope and Polydor later that year. Her major-label debut
Born to Die (2012) proved an international success and spawned a
top-ten single on the Billboard Hot 100 with the Cedric Gervais
the remix of “Summertime Sadness”, as well as the internationally
successful singles “Blue Jeans”, “Born to Die”, and “National
Anthem”. Del Rey then released the Grammy-nominated EP,
Paradise in 2012. The next year, Del Rey ventured into the film as she
wrote and starred in the short music film, Tropico, and released
“Young and Beautiful” as the lead single for the romantic drama film
The Great Gatsby (2013).
Del Rey subsequently issued her sophomore major-label effort,
Ultraviolence (2014), to critical success, topping the charts and
spawning the single, “West Coast”. That same year, Del Rey recorded
the eponymous theme for the drama film Big Eyes, which garnered
her Grammy and Golden Globe nominations. She released the album
Honeymoon in 2015 and Lust for Life in 2017, the latter of which
topped the charts in the U.S. and was nominated for the Grammy
Award for Best Pop Vocal Album. Del Rey’s sixth studio album,
Norman Fucking Rockwell! (2019), received widespread critical
acclaim and two Grammy nominations, including Album of the
In 2019, Del Rey also released the singles “Doin’ Time” and
“Don’t Call Me Angel”, the latter being a trio with Ariana Grande and
Miley Cyrus.
As of 2020, Del Rey has sold 19.1 million albums and over 13 million
singles worldwide, while her  YouTube and Vevo pages have
combined lifetime views of 3.8 billion. Among her awards
and nominations, Del Rey has received 2 Brit Awards, 2 MTV
Europe Music Awards, a Satellite Award, and 9 GAFFA Awards, and
has been nominated for 6 Grammy Awards and a Golden Globe

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