Lana Del Rey's 'Honeymoon Hotline' is OpenCall and listen to music, and lectures.
Lana Del Rey Releases "Terrence Loves You," Would David Bowie Like It?Last night pre-orders were opened up on iTunes for Del Rey's new album, and to further the hype, the songstress released a new track, "Terrence Loves You."
Lana Del Rey Shows Her Guns in New 'High By The Beach' VideoLana Del Rey likes guns, massive, military, firepower... and she likes to be left alone, while she's high by the beach.
Lana Del Rey Shares New Song, "High By The Beach"In her latest song, "High By The Beach," Rey lets us know that all she wants to do for the foreseeable future is, well, get high by the beach.
5 Songs That Make Summer a BummerWe've all had the summers of our youth that didn't go so hot. These songwriters didn't have much nice to say about the season, either.
Lana Del Rey Shares Lyrics & Snippet of New Song 'Honeymoon'Lana Del Rey is cruising famous Los Angeles boulevards and admitting that "it's not fashionable to love me" in her new song.
Hear Lana Del Rey's New Song 'Life Is Beautiful' in Trailer for Blake Lively Movie 'Age of Adaline'It's just a little snippet, but it's enough.
Kim Gordon's Lana Del Rey Comments Toned Down for Book ReleaseA quote in early copies of Kim Gordon's memoirs that Lana Del Rey 'off herself' have been edited out of the published version.
Lana Del Rey 'Doesn't Even Know What Feminism Is,' According to Kim GordonIs Lana Del Rey a feminist? If you ask Kim Gordon, the answer is very simple: no.
2015 Oscar Nominations: The 10 Biggest Snubs for Best Original SongSometimes it's an honor just to be nominated. On the other hand, lots of great songs from films don't even get an Oscar nod for Best Original Song.
Lana Del Rey Announces Next Album Title, 'Honeymoon'Lana Del Rey is hard at work on the follow-up to her 2014 commercial breakthrough, 'Ultraviolence.'
Governors Ball 2015 Lineup Led By Black Keys, Lana Del Rey & DeadMau5Started from the bottom, now the Governors Ball is here with a Canadian rapper, a blues duo, a Mickey Mouse-esque DJ and the gangster Nancy Sinatra leading its fifth year lineup.