Lana Del Rey covers Ariana Grande during recent live show

Lana Del Rey’s love of covers knows no bounds.

On Monday (Sept. 9), the New York-born songstress headed over to BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge to perform not one, but two different covers during her stint. The first was her current radio single and Sublime cover of “Doin’ Time.” The second was her take on Ariana Grande’s “break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored.”

On social media, a fan pointed out that Del Rey was giving the thank u, next track a spin and Grande chimed in, showing support for the reworked tune.

“Oh my god Lana Del Rey I love u so very very much,” the “7 rings” singer tweeted.

This isn’t the first time the collaborators —Grande, Del Rey, and Miley Cyrus worked on a song for the upcoming “Charlie’s Angels” film— praised one another.

In an interview with the New York Times, Del Rey explained to the publication how she and Grande connected and her love for Grande’s fifth studio album.

“I had been listening to Dangerous Woman a lot. I got her number at some point and we would chat. And then thank u, next came out and I freaking loved that record. Every song, I was like, how did she write that?”

Currently, there is no solo audio of both covers and if you’re not in the United Kingdom you can’t watch the live performances. But you can stream the whole show here. Here’s a tip, Del Rey’s interview starts at the 2:00:00 point and both live performance soon follow. So fast-forward to that point and listen in.

“Doin’ Time” is featured on Del Rey’s much-anticipated and recently released record Norman Fucking Rockwell while their joint track “Don’t Call Me Angel” is due out this Friday, Sept. 13.

Lana Del Rey goes ‘Attack of the 50 Foot Woman’ for ‘Doin’ Time’

Summer may be ending, but Lana Del Rey is not letting that happen without a new music video. On Thursday (Aug. 29), a day before her new album is set to drop, the California-loving singer unleashed the music video for her cover of Sublime’s “Doin’ Time.”

The four-and-a-half-minute clip finds Del Rey channel the 1958 film “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.” Del Rey plays the 50-foot woman who spends her time walking around Venice like it’s nothing more than a playground. We watch as she strolls around the downtown area, checks her makeup in a building, and eventually reaches the beach.

In a twist, the giant Del Rey is just part of a film that is playing at a drive-in where a blonde-wig wearing Del Rey (Lizzy Grant, is that you?) is with a date. After her partner goes missing, she goes to look for him and finds him in a car, making out with another girl.

While our blonde version of the singer just walks off, the giant version comes off of the screen to show the two-timing louse what a scumbag he is before returning to the screen.

Watch the music video for “Doin’ Time” above.

“Doin’ Time” is featured on Del Rey’s much-anticipated sixth studio album. Norman Fucking Rockwell is due out this Friday, Aug. 30 through Interscope Records. Pre-orders are available for purchase here.

As previously revealed, Jack Antonoff, Rick Nowels, Zach Dawes, and Happy Perez are all listed as producers on the upcoming album.

How to Disappear,” “Venice Bitch,” “Mariners Apartment Complex,” and “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it,” “Fuck It I Love You” and “The Greatest.”

In support of the new album, Del Rey will embark on a fall time tour later this year. The short North American leg of the tour begins on Sept. 21 at the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York and concludes on Oct. 10 at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre in San Diego.

The full list of upcoming tour dates can be found here.

Lana Del Rey returns with a double dose of ‘Norman F**king Rockwell’ goodness

With a week left until the release of her much-anticipated follow-up to Lust for Life, Lana Del Rey is back with not one, but two music videos. On Thursday (Aug. 22), the New York-born songstress unveiled the music videos for “Fuck It I Love You” and “The Greatest.”

The first music video (“Fuck It I Love You”) finds the singer in different locations in what we assume is her beloved California. We watch Del Rey singing on stage in some grimy dive bar, painting in what looks to be a studio, catching some waves (and an impressive look at the Aurora Borealis), skateboarding with some girlfriends, and yes, even getting her Priscilla Presley on a small 1960’s-style television.

At around the four-minute mark, there is a clear distinction, letting the viewer know that we’re about to transition the second song (“The Greatest”).

“The Greatest” begins with footage of the coast and eventually the inside of that grimy dive bar. Del Rey is still on the microphone singing to a group of regulars going about their evening. The five-minute clip primarily features Del Rey walking around an industrial port and hanging out at the bar with the locals. Unlike “Fuck It I Love You,” the mood of “The Greatest” is not bright and bubbly like the former, but rather, darker and grungier.

Both music videos were directed by Rick Lee, who also directed Del Rey’s music videos from Lust for Life. Watch “Fuck It I Love You” and “The Greatest”

“Fuck It I Love You” and “The Greatest” are featured on Del Rey’s much-anticipated sixth studio album. Norman Fucking Rockwell is due out Aug. 30 through Interscope Records. Pre-orders are available for purchase here.

As previously revealed, Jack Antonoff, Rick Nowels, Zach Dawes, and Happy Perez are all listed as producers on the upcoming album.

How to Disappear,” “Venice Bitch,” “Mariners Apartment Complex,” and “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it,” and her cover of Sublime’s massive hit “Doin’ Time.”

As if a new album wasn’t enough, Del Rey will also embark on a fall time tour. The short North American leg of the tour begins on Sept. 21 at the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York and concludes on Oct. 10 at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre in San Diego. The full list of upcoming tour dates can be found here.

Lana Del Rey confirms release date for ‘Norman F***ing Rockwell’

Everyone, stop what you’re doing. Lana Del Rey just confirmed the official release date for her new studio album.

On Wednesday (July 31), the singer took to social media to confirm that her much-anticipated sixth studio album will see a late-August release date. The 14-track album, which was previously confirmed to be titled Norman Fucking Rockwell, is due out Aug. 30 through Interscope Records.

Jack Antonoff of Bleachers fame, frequent Del Rey collaborator Rick Nowels, Zach Dawes, and Happy Perez are all listed as producers on the upcoming album.

In June, Del Rey told the audience at her Malahide Castle show (Dublin) that her long-awaited follow-up to Lust for Life would be out in “two months’ time.”

She wasn’t kidding.

In addition to the release date, Del Rey also unveiled the album’s tracklisting and cover art which was shot by her sister, and frequent collaborator, Chuck Grant. The tracklist features several songs Del Rey has released over the last year with the addition of a special surprise in the form of her Sublime cover.

Until this point, we’ve heard  “How to Disappear,” “Venice Bitch,” “Mariners Apartment Complex,” and “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it” and several other tracks that did not make it onto the album.

In other news, Del Rey is set to drop a collaborative track with Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande relatively soon. The song is for the upcoming Charlie’s Angels film due out Nov. 15. A snippet of the song can be heard in the background of the movie’s first trailer.

Lana Del Rey hints that new album could be out in “two months”

And just like that, we may have finally been given an official release time frame for Lana Del Rey’s much anticipated new studio album.

On Friday (June 21), the singer took the stage at Malahide Castle outside Dublin, Ireland for a show. During her set, she reportedly told the audience that her new album would be released in two months’ time.

For fans who have been keeping a close watch, this comes as great news. Up until this point, information about Norman Fucking Rockwell has been at best scarce at best. We had a title. We were treated to six songs (“How to Disappear,” “Venice Bitch,” “Hey Blue Baby,” “I Must Be Stupid for Feeling So Happy,” “Mariners Apartment Complex,” and “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it”). We knew that Jack Antonoff of Bleachers and fun. fame produced for the forthcoming release. All we were missing was an official release date.

While Del Rey did not further elaborate on the exact date, we can probably assume that it will be sometime in late August. Norman Fucking Rockwell will be the long-awaited the follow-up to 2017’s Lust for Life.

In addition to the release time frame reveal, Del Rey also performed her slowed down cover of Sublime’s “Doin’ Time” during the gig. Last month, she debuted her version of the 1997 track and revealed that it would be part of Sublime’s upcoming documentary “Sublime.”

“Not a day goes by that I don’t listen to at least one Sublime song,” Del Rey said about the band.

“They epitomized the SoCal vibe and made a genre and sound totally their own.”

Watch Del Rey’s fan-shot performance of “Doin’ Time” above which features her “girlies.”

Watch: Lana Del Rey teases another new song from upcoming record

Another day, another new song snippet courtesy of Lana Del Rey. On Friday (Jan. 11), just a few days after releasing her sixth song from her upcoming new album, the New York-born songstress took to Instagram to debut a snippet of another new tune. Reportedly titled “Happiness is a Butterfly,” the posted clip looks like it may be a short teaser of the song’s music video.

As per the caption that accompanies the post, the video features not only Del Rey, but also her bandmates/dancers Ashley Rodriguez and Alexandria Kaye. Also listed in the caption is Del Rey’s younger sister and the director of the “Mariners Apartment Complex” music video, Chuck Grant. If the clip posted on Instagram is in fact the song’s music video, then it looks like Grant may be back in the director’s chair for this song’s music video.

Watch the short teaser of “Happiness is a Butterfly” below.

If “Happiness is a Butterfly” is in fact another new song to be featured on Del Rey’s forthcoming new album that would bring the grand total of released songs to seven.

“Happiness is a Butterfly” will join “How to Disappear,” “Venice Bitch,” “Hey Blue Baby,” “I Must Be Stupid for Feeling So Happy,” “Mariners Apartment Complex,” and “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it” on Norman Fucking Rockwell.

Norman Fucking Rockwell is the follow-up to 2017’s Lust for Life. No specific release date has been given, but Del Rey did tell fans last week that the album was complete, so we should probably expect the album sometime this year.

Listen: Lana Del Rey drops Sylvia Plath-inspired single

For Lana Del Rey, everything surrounding her new studio album has been nothing short of a surprise. Instead of dropping new singles the typical way, the songstress has taken to debuting them either live in concert or by announcing its upcoming release via Instagram. Keeping up with the trend, Del Rey announced last week plans to release a new song and now, she’s come through.

On Wednesday (Jan. 9), the New York-born musician released her new song “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it.” In typical Del Rey fashion, the new song is moody and mellow, but for those who pay close attention to the lyrics, there may be an Easter egg around the 50-second mark.

In the line, Del Rey compares herself to noted poet Sylvia Plath by singing: “I’ve been tearing around in my f***ing nightgown. 24/7 Sylvia Plath, writing in blood on the walls.”

Last October, Del Rey posted (and deleted) a clip for a song titled “Sylvia Plath.” At the time, it was believed that “Sylvia Plath” would be the title of one of her new tracks, but apparently it was just a working title.

Listen to “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it” above.

“hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it” is the latest track Del Rey has released from her forthcoming new album, Norman Fucking Rockwell.

To date, Del Rey has treated fans to a total of six songs from the upcoming release; “How to Disappear,” “Venice Bitch,” “Hey Blue Baby,” “I Must Be Stupid for Feeling So Happy,” lead single “Mariners Apartment Complex,” and now “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it.”

Norman Fucking Rockwell is the follow-up to 2017’s Lust for Life. No specific release date has been given, but Del Rey did tell fans last week that the album was complete.

Lana Del Rey confirms completion of new album, new single coming next week

It sounds like the release date for Lana Del Rey’s new studio album may be a lot closer than we were all led to believe. Over the weekend, the New York-born songstress took to Instagram to confirm that her sixth studio album was completed, meaning it’s only a matter of time before an official release date is given to the public.

In addition to the news that Norman Fucking Rockwell is ready to go, Del Rey also told fans to expect a new single next week. Titled “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but i have it,” the new track is due out next Wednesday, Jan. 9 though Del Rey originally told her social media followers that it would be Jan. 8.

As if being busy with a new studio album wasn’t enough, Del Rey also confirmed the completion of her short book of poetry. The book, which was confirmed around the same time as her new album, had a working title of “Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass” though the musician has yet to confirm whether the title has remained.

“As of last week I finished short book of poetry I’ve been writing over the last 13 months that I’ll be putting out later,” she posted Instagram.

Norman Fucking Rockwell is the follow-up to 2017’s Lust for Life. To date, Del Rey has treated fans to a total of five new songs from the forthcoming release; “How to Disappear,” “Venice Bitch,” “Hey Blue Baby,” “I Must Be Stupid for Feeling So Happy,” and lead single “Mariners Apartment Complex.”

The record was produced by Bleachers head-honcho and super producer Jack Antonoff.

Watch: Lana Del Rey debuts two new songs at the Ally Coalition’s benefit concert

Lana Del Rey’s new album may not see the light of day until 2019, but fans have been given another taste of the forthcoming release. On Wednesday (Dec. 5), the New York-born singer took the stage at New York’s Town Hall for the Ally Coalition’s Talent Show benefit concert. During her performance, the musician played a total of four songs; two of which made their live debut at the event.

The set included previously released tracks “How to Disappear” and “Venice Bitch” and was rounded out by new tracks “Hey Blue Baby” and “I Must Be Stupid for Feeling So Happy.” As per Del Rey’s own admission, the two new songs are “country songs,” a departure from her usual dream-induced indie style.

“Me and Jack wrote a couple of country songs just for fun, so we thought we’d play them,” Del Rey told guests. Accompanying Del Rey on stage was the new album’s producer and Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff, who was also the event’s co-organizer.

Watch Del Rey and Antonoff treat fans to “Hey Blue Baby” above while “I Must Be Stupid for Feeling So Happy” can be seen below.

“Venice Bitch,” “How to Disappear,” “Hey Blue Baby,” and “I Must Be Stupid for Feeling So Happy” will join lead single “Mariners Apartment Complex” on Del Rey’s upcoming new album. Titled Norman Fucking Rockwell, the musician’s sixth studio album will reportedly see a release time frame of 2019, though not specific date has been given.

Norman Fucking Rockwell is the follow-up to Del Rey’s 2017 release, Lust for Life.

Joining Del Rey on the list of performers at the event were Hayley Kiyoko, Bleachers, Regina Spektor, fun.’s Andrew Dost, Rostam, and Jacqueline Novak.

The benefit concert was to raise funds for the not-for-profit organization the Ally Coalition, which aims to “end discrimination against LGBTQ people by highlighting systemic inequality and LGBTQ-serving organizations and creating opportunities for fans and entertainers to advocate for equality.”