Sexiest Pictures Of Lana Del Rey. Lana Del Rey is a hugely popular personality in the entertainment world. She is an American singer-songwriter. She has a niche in writing songs and making music about tragic romance, glamor, and melancholia. She continually uses pop culture, particularly 1950s and 1960s Americana in her songs.
The singer was born in New York City and raised in upstate New York. She shifted her base to New York in 2005 to further her music career. She garnered huge prominence after the viral success of her debut single “Video Games” in 2011. After that she got signed on to Interscope and Polydor.
After self releasing her debut album she brought out Born to Die (2012) with these labels. In it “Summertime Sadness” charted as a top 10 single on the Billboard Hot 100. Other singles from the album “Blue Jeans” and “Born to Die”, also did commercially well. She released her EP Paradise in the same year.
The next year she provided her talents to big screen features. Her breakthrough came with the song ‘Young and Beautiful’ which became the lead single for the romantic drama film The Great Gatsby (2013). Her third album Ultraviolence (2014), was also released to critical success.
She followed it up with Honeymoon in 2015 and Lust for Life in 2017, the latter topping the US Billboard 200. During this time her eponymous theme for the drama film Big Eyes, earned a Golden Globe nomination.
She has to date won two Brit Awards, two MTV Europe Music Awards, a Satellite Award, and nine GAFFA Awards. Her opinions regarding feminism have garnered a lot of criticism. In her own words, “For me, the issue of feminism is just not an interesting concept. I’m more interested in … SpaceX and Tesla, what’s going to happen with our intergalactic possibilities.
Whenever people bring up feminism … I’m just not really that interested.” In recent years she has expressed more support for it but got caught in a wildfire when she did an Instagram post defending herself against accusations of glamorizing abuse in part by pointing out an array of other female artists, mostly black, and their successes with works about “imperfect sexual relationships”.