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Filled with torch songs influenced by hip-hop, Lana Del Rey wrote and recorded Born to Die in a chilling fashion befitting the self-proclaimed “gangster Nancy Sinatra.” There’s no denying these noir-shaded numbers—many of which are built on orchestral accouterments and subtle vocal samples. Del Rey’s husky narrative lingers like smoke clouds, leaving wafts of rhythmic phrasings delivered by an icy, heartbroken femme fatale.

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To only like a few songs. But love every single one of them. Her voice is amazing.

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Good song! Recommend it(:

GOOD SONG!

Her voice is unique from other artists. Her music genre isn't mainstream. Totally recommend it :)

Biography

Born: 21 June 1986 in Lake Placid, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Lana Del Rey envisioned a Southern Californian dream world constructed out of sad girls and bad boys, manufactured melancholy and genuine glamour, and then she came to embody this fantasy. At first, her stylized noir-pop garnered skeptical sneers — the rise of her 2012 debut Born to Die was impeded by a tentative live debut on Saturday Night Live — but Lana Del Rey proved to be tougher than her soft exterior suggested. Following a hit remix of her single "Summertime Sadness," she steadily...
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