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      • List of songs recorded by Lana Del Rey American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey has recorded songs for six studio albums, three extended plays (EPs), as well as guest features. Her debut EP Kill Kill (2008) was released by 5 Points Records under her birth name Elizabeth "Lizzy" Grant; its tracks "Kill Kill" and "Yayo" were written solely by Grant, while the remaining song "Gramma " was co-written by Grant and David Kahne. She assumed the stage name Lana Del Ray for her debut studio album Lana Del Ray (2010) and wrote the majority of the record by herself, although Kahne is credited with co-writing four tracks on the project.
      • List of unreleased songs recorded by Lana Del Rey Since the beginning of her career in 2005, American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey has recorded countless demos and even finalized studio recordings under a series of monikers including Lizzy Grant, Sparkle Jump Rope Queen, May Jailer, and with her former band, The Phenomena. Throughout the years, many of her tracks from these sessions have been leaked online, with Del Rey even furthering the popularity of songs including "Serial Killer" and "You Can Be The Boss" through her live performances. Del Rey has currently only published two previously unreleased songs on a new album, though she has repurposed some of her songs for film soundtracks, including "Elvis" for The King (2018), "Life is Beautiful" for The Age of Adaline, and "I Can Fly" for Big Eyes, while her only song to be re-recorded was "Ghetto Baby" by Cheryl Cole.
      • Lana Del Rey discography American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey has released six studio albums, four extended plays, 35 singles, and 11 promotional singles. Del Rey signed a record deal with 5 Points Records in 2007 and she released her debut EP, Kill Kill (2008), under the name Lizzy Grant. Her debut studio album, Lana Del Ray, was shelved initially and later released in January 2010 under the name Lana Del Ray. However, the record was pulled three months later.
      • Lust for Life (Lana Del Rey album) Lust for Life is the fifth studio album by American singer Lana Del Rey, released on July 21, 2017, through Polydor Records and Interscope Records. Marking a return to the "hip-hop inspired" sound of her major-label debut Born to Die, the album features production from past collaborators Rick Nowels, Kieron Menzies and Emile Haynie, while also working for the first time with producers Boi-1da, Max Martin, Benny Blanco and Metro Boomin. It also features guest appearances from ASAP Rocky, Stevie Nicks, Sean Lennon, and Playboi Carti. The album and its title were announced on March 29, 2017, through a trailer on Del Rey's official Vevo channel on YouTube.
      • Lana Del Rey Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, known by her stage name Lana Del Rey, is an American singer-songwriter. Her music is noted for its stylized, cinematic quality; themes of sadness, tragic romance, glamor, and melancholia; and references to pop culture, particularly 1950s and 1960s Americana.
      • Paradise (Lana Del Rey EP) Paradise is the third EP by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey; it was released on November 9, 2012 by Universal Music. It was additionally packaged with the reissue of her second studio album, Born to Die (2012), titled Born to Die: The Paradise Edition. Del Rey enlisted collaborators including producers Rick Nowels, Justin Parker and Rick Rubin. The EP's sound has been described as baroque pop and trip hop.
      • Honeymoon (Lana Del Rey album) Honeymoon is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey. It was released on September 18, 2015, by Polydor Records and Interscope Records, and was produced by Del Rey alongside longtime collaborators Rick Nowels and Kieron Menzies. The album marked a departure from the more guitar-driven instrumentation of Del Rey's previous album Ultraviolence and a return to the baroque pop of Born to Die and Paradise. Lyrically, the album touches on themes of tortured romance, bitterness, lust, escapism, and violence.
      • Honeymoon (Lana Del Rey song) "Honeymoon" is a song by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey co-written by Rick Nowels. It was uploaded to her YouTube channel on July 14, 2015 and was released for purchase as the second promotional single on September 7, 2015 from her fourth studio album, Honeymoon.
      • Cola (Lana Del Rey song) "Cola" is a song by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey, taken from her third extended play, Paradise (2012), and the reissue of her debut studio album, Born to Die: The Paradise Edition (2012). "Cola" first appeared in a teaser trailer posted to her official YouTube account as a snippet. The lyrics were considered controversial, causing major media outlets to respond.
      • Lana Del Rey (EP) Lana Del Rey is the second extended play by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey. It was released on January 10, 2012 in the United States and Canada through Interscope Records. After the release of the EP Kill Kill (2008) and her debut studio album Lana Del Ray (2010) via an independent label, the EP was released in anticipation of Del Rey's major label debut album Born to Die (2012). The tracks are influenced by several genres, including indie pop, hip hop, and alternative music. The lyrics and melody were written primarily by Del Rey, Justin Parker and Emile Haynie. Production of the album was led by Emile Haynie, who also co-wrote "Blue Jeans".
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