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EDITORS’ NOTES

It took just one single in 2011 for Lana Del Rey to gain a huge buzz. But it was her husky yet breathy vocal touch—paired with nostalgic '60s pop and hip-hop beats—that would prove to be her lasting signature and introduce her to an eventually sprawling and rabid fanbase. The New York-raised singer/songwriter wooed new fans with 2012's Born to Die—a number that kept growing thanks to huge dance remixes. By the time she released 2014's dream-pop adventure Ultraviolence, Lana's voice was just as likely to soundtrack a first kiss as it was an epic night at the club.

EDITORS’ NOTES

It took just one single in 2011 for Lana Del Rey to gain a huge buzz. But it was her husky yet breathy vocal touch—paired with nostalgic '60s pop and hip-hop beats—that would prove to be her lasting signature and introduce her to an eventually sprawling and rabid fanbase. The New York-raised singer/songwriter wooed new fans with 2012's Born to Die—a number that kept growing thanks to huge dance remixes. By the time she released 2014's dream-pop adventure Ultraviolence, Lana's voice was just as likely to soundtrack a first kiss as it was an epic night at the club.

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