Interesting unknown Facts about Lana Del Rey

Interesting unknown Facts about Lana Del Rey


                                              Interesting unknown Facts about Lana Del Rey

  1. Lana Del Rey has at least six well-known tattoos, including 'paradise' on the side of her hand, 'trust no one' on the other, and 'Nina Billie' on her collarbone in tribute to her favorite singers, Nina Simone and Billie Holliday.
  2. More than 9.4 million YouTube subscribers and more than 16 million monthly listeners on Spotify.
  3. When she was fifteen, she was sent to Kent School by her parents to deal with her rampant alcohol abuse. Her uncle, an admissions officer at the school, assured her of financial support to attend.
  4. Before Del Rey became a singer, he wanted to be a poet.
  5. As a child, her father wrote country songs for personal enjoyment, while her mother was interested in singing; the former introduced her to The Beach Boys, while the latter was a fan of Carly Simon.
  6. After graduation, Del Rey was admitted to the State University of New York at Geneseo, but she decided not to attend and instead spent a year on Long Island with her aunt and uncle while working as a waitress.
  7. After the release of Ultraviolence, which was recorded live on single recordings and with no vocal editing by Pro Tools, critics fell into favor with Del Rey's vocal prowess, praising her wide range, increased vocal confidence and unique emotional delivery.
  8. When recording in the studio, Del Rey is known for his vocal layering, which, as noted, is difficult for her to replicate in a live setting, especially since there are no backing singers to fill the original vocal style.
  9. Stage fright has also been noted as a major contributor to Del Rey's struggles with live performances.
  10. However, journalists noted in 2014 that her live performances had grown exponentially in confidence.
  11. Billboard magazine considered West Coast's Coachella debut a "star performance" and praised the singer's vocal skills.
  12. Lana Del Rey explained the use of her lower vocals on Born to Die songs, claiming that “people didn't take me very seriously, so I lowered my voice, believing it would help me get noticed. Now I sing quite low… well, for a woman anyway ”.
  13. Lana Del Rey stated that she suffered from alcoholism at a young age, but has been sober since 2004.
  14. Lana Del Rey's vibe is unlike anyone else in the music industry. She has said in the past that Amy Winehouse was an inspiration to her and while they may have similarities, Lana is good and above her own person.
  15. Her parents sent her to boarding school at the age of 15 to solve her drinking problem. She has currently been sober for over 11 years.
  16. Her father, Rob Grant, financed her first independent studio album. The album was called Sirens and she recorded it under the name "May Jailer".
  17. She loves her English football and is a supporter of the English Premier League team Liverpool and Celtic from the Scottish Premier League.
  18. She was born on June 21, 1985.
  19. Born in New York City and raised in New York State.
  20. Lana Del Rey has been singing songs since she was 11.
  21. Her full name is Elizabeth Woolridge Grant.
  22. She has the letter 'M' tattooed on her hand as a tribute to her late grandmother Madeline.
  23. Even though Lana has lyrics like "Me and God, we don't get along, so now I'm singing" "God is dead, I said," Baby, I like that. She is actually religious and identifies as Catholic.
  24. Two of her biggest musical influences are the hugely divergent Kurt Cobain and Britney Spears.
  25. She performed under the names Sparkle Jump Rope Queen, May Jailer, Lizzy Grant and Lana Rey Del Mar before becoming "Lana Del Rey".
  26. Del Rey studied metaphysics in college, but dropped out, partly because she was not good at math.
  27. She is of Scottish descent.



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