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Lana Del Rey Shares 3-Song ‘Norman ******* Rockwell’ Video And Announces Spoken Word Album

Tis the season of giving, and Lana Del Rey is feeling the holiday cheer.

Lana Del Rey’s most-recent album, Norman ******* Rockwell, is critically acclaimed. She even has another one on the way titled White Hot Fever, out in 2020, but before that collection of songs drops, Lana will put forth a spoken word album she describes as “freestyle poetry.”

“I love the spoken word record,” she said. “It’s not particularly polished. It’s a bit more gritty.” She added that the project will benefit various Native American organizations dedicated to “preserving their rights or trying to help keep their land intact.”

It will cost $1.

“It kind of informed the next album that I’ve been working on,” she continued, referring to White Hot Forever. “I just really wanted to sort of pay homage to the country that I love so much by doing my own reparation, I guess I would say, my own reparative act. So I know it’s a bit of an unusual choice, and I have no reasoning for it other than it just feels right to me.”

Del Rey also put forth a 14-minute music video for three NFR well songs, including the title track, “Bartender,” and “Happiness Is A Butterfly.” Lana’s sister Chuck Grant directed it, with editing done by Lana herself.

Watch below, then let us know what you think in the comments! Register an account in 30 seconds and use your voice!

Also, feel free to head over to our Lana Del Rey Artist Group and share something.

3 replies on “Lana Del Rey Shares 3-Song ‘Norman ******* Rockwell’ Video And Announces Spoken Word Album”

Ohh yess Lana! I’m here 4 it! I love her singing and speaking voice too… she can read the ingredients from a jogurt cup or whatever I’m gonna listen and buy it! ❤️
🧡🧡🧡
And Happyness is a 🦋 is my fav track from NFR. 💚

The American obsession of throwing food… *smacks face*
And did she spent a third of the video holding a butterfly and laughing with her girl friends like little girls? What? Why?
Basically the music is beautiful but I think she’s overrated too… yeah it sounds great and unique and it’s definitely a vibe but when she presents what she does in the form of videos you can tell that she thinks highly of herself and that kills the mood for me. I mean who films themselves laughing at the camera as if taken by surprise…ten times in a video? That happens once or twice in a long-*** documentary when you’re not even aware you’re being recorded anyway this is too much for me bye

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