Thursday, 20 September 2012 19:52
Clothing brand H&M finally uploaded the full and HD commercial for their Fall 2012 collection. The intriguing clip features our latest cover-girl Lana Del Rey singing Bobby Vinton’s classic Blue Velvet. The timeless song was famously performed by Isabella Rossellini in the 1986 David Lynch film of the same name. Accordingly, Lynch resumed the directing orders for this '50s-inspired clip. You can purchase the song here. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 27 June 2012 18:10
Two of today’s stars get patriotic in the visual for National Anthem, the vintage-like cinematic clip from Lana Del Rey. The beautiful 26-year-old songstress takes us on a historic journey as she plays the dual-role of Marilyn Monroe and Jackie O with none other than A$AP Rocky taking the job of John F. Kennedy. The video shows the stylish power couple during the good times, celebrating JFK’s birthday, spending time with family, intimate times during vacation, parties with friends, before history repeats itself as Rocky gets assassinated. The song is off Lana Del Rey’s Born to Die ($12) debut album out now. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 05 June 2012 06:32
Flosstradamus lays out a new rework to Lana Del Rey's 2011 mega hit Born to Die. As always, you can expect a funky rendition filled with surprises whenever Mad Decent and Flosstradramus is involved. Flosstradamus’s Jubilation and Jubilation 2.0 EPs are currently now through Fool's Gold. Check it out below and let us know what you think.
Published in Music
Sunday, 03 June 2012 15:44
Shoutout to our executives and the entire writing staff for another amazing 76-page edition of The Blueprint Magazine.The beautiful Lana Del Rey covers our 2012 Summer issue that features the juiciest gossip on Usher and Rocsi Diaz, updates on Robert Griffin III, and an in-depth interview with young Hollywood starlet Emma Stone. [Read More]
Published in News
Tuesday, 20 March 2012 14:16
Lana Del Rey had a ”found footage” video for Blue Jeans that I loved and dissected, but now, an “official” version is out, directed by Yoann Lemoine. And just like the Born to Die clip which Lana and Yoann did, the syrup-numbed, Audrey Horne-retro images of this new video are gorgeous and cold and doomed. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 08 February 2012 13:55
As soon as I saw this video on Rolling Stone, I had to post it… she is unhealthily obsessed with those teens hunting teens. Second City improv group, the Chicago-based breeder of many SNL stars, made this clip which addresses two of pop culture’s biggest fixations at the moment.
I think the best part is comedienne Holly Laurent’s pitch-perfect ability to capture both Lana’s indifferent air and all her most recognizable facial expressions…namely, the pout. Enjoy.
Thursday, 15 December 2011 14:06
You can’t even be mad about having to travel to the Russian internet to watch the video for Born to Die because, really, where in the world is the right place to watch Lana Del Rey talk about the vicissitudes of life—mortality, getting high, the gulag that is the self?
All the usual suspects are here including Del Rey’s pout, an even more regal looking flower crown and that heavily tatted bad boy who embraced her beneath that star spangled banner. Enjoy.