Del Rey performs Video Games on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote her album Born To Die.
Rey appears on the cover of the March 2012 issue of British Vogue magazine. The cover photo is shot by Mario Testino and styled by Lucinda Chambers.
Del Rey and Brown appear on the cover of the May 2013 issue of Teeny magazine.
Auerbach produces Del Rey’s major label debut, Ultraviolence, at his Nashville studio. His influence is felt through blues and psychedelic guitar touches. The collaboration begins when the two meet at a New York strip club, with both artists interested in recreating a 1970s sound.
The thing about Dan is that he comes from that DIY place and actually so do I, in a way. So there was a sense of freedom from working with him. He loved that everyone kept saying, ‘Dan, are you going to make it bigger?’ and he was like, ‘No, Lana is just going to make it more personal’.
The recording for album track Brooklyn Baby is originally scheduled to be a duet with Lou Reed, bu Reed dies on the day they were supposed to record.
Rey is the Grammy nominee for Best Pop Vocal Album for Paradise.
Rey and Nowels are Grammy nominees for Best Song Written For Visual Media for Young and Beautiful.
Ray releases the album cover art for Ultraviolence. First single from the album is titled West Coast.
Del Rey appears on the cover of the second July 2014 issue of Rolling Stone magazine. She talks about her state of mind, how she wants people to hear her lyrics, and her Saturday Night Live performance.
Well, I feel f-cking crazy. But I don’t think I am. People make me feel crazy. I find that most people I meet figure I kind of want to kill myself anyway. So, it comes up every time.
Del Rey appears on the cover of a December 2014 issue of Grazia France.