Lana Del Rey's Biography

Lana Del Rey's born name is Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, She is a world-famous prize singer and songwriter. She is best known for her studio album "Ultraviolence,

" for which she received several awards, including the "Brit Award" for "International Female Solo Artist" and the "ECHO Award" for "Best International Female Artist Rock/Pop."

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Del Rey, who was born and there grew up in New York, also used to sing in her local church as a child in childhood days. Her uncle also taught her how to play the guitar. 

She later began writing songs as well as performing in nightclubs in her city. In 2010, She published her first full-length album titled "after herself". However,

 it was only available for a short time before being removed from the market. Her subsequent album, 'Born to Die,' provide her with global prominence and fame. 

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The album became become the fifth best-selling album of 2012 after reaching number one in 11 various countries. She has also written music for films including 'Maleficent,'

 an American dark fantasy movie based on 'Sleeping Beauty,' and 'Age of Adeline,' a romantic fantasy film. She is also recognized for her anti-feminist views,

 which have landed her in problems . She defended herself by claiming that a true feminist is still a woman who acts on her desires.

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Lana Del Rey's Early Life

Lana Del Rey was birthed on June 21, 1985, in New York City, New York, USA. Her father is a copywriter-turned-entrepreneur, 

and her mother is a former account representative school teacher. Lana Del Rey has two brothers and sisters. She grew up in Lake Placid, New York, and went to a Catholic elementary school. 

As a child, she became interested in music and started to sing in her local church. She also composed country music. She struggled with alcoholism as a teen, forcing her parents to send her to

 'Kent School,' where her uncle was an admissions officer. She was accepted to the 'State University of New York' after graduating from the university. Instead of going to college, 

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she selected to spend a year on Long Island. She was a waitress who lived with her uncle and aunt. She started also learning to play the 

guitar from her uncle during this time. She enrolled at 'Fordham University' at the age of 19 years old, majoring in philosophy with a focus on metaphysics.

Lana Del Rey's Carrier

Lana Del Rey noticed self-writing songs and performing in clubs as 'Lizzy Grant.' She enrolled a CD of original versions under her real identity with the 'US Copyright Office' in 2005, 

This resulted in the soundtrack 'Sirens.' Even so, it has never been made public. She started her YouTube channel a few years later. In 2011, she launched a series for the songs

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 'Video Games' and 'Blue Jeans,' which went viral on the internet. Soon after, she was signed to her debut single, 'Video Games,'  and  'Stranger Records,' was released. 

It has achived fantastic success upon its release. She accepted the name 'Lana Del Rey' around this time. Her famous music debut album, "Born to Die," was published in January 2012. 

It gained worldwide acclaim and popularity, eventually becoming the number-one soundtrack in 11 multiple countries. It sold 3.4 million albums worldwide in 2012, 

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producing it the fifth best-selling version of the song of the year. 'UMG Records released Del Rey's next album, 'Ultraviolence,' in June 2014. The soundtrack debuted at the top of the 'US Billboard 200,'

 with hit singles such as 'Cruel World,' 'Ultraviolence,' 'Shades of Cool,' and 'Brooklyn Baby.' It sold over a million copies in the first six months of its release. 'Polydor Records' and 'Interscope Records'

 released her next album, 'Honeymoon,' in September 2015. It was an instant hit, just like her prior projects, and was ranked two on the 'US Billboard 200.' Critics gave it mostly positive reviews. 

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Del Rey's next fantastic music album, 'Lust for Life,' was released in 2017. In 2019, she collaborated with Miley Cyrus as well as Ariana Grande on the song 

'Don't Call Me Angel,' which was released as the lead single from the music score of the comedy film 'Charlie's Angels.' She also published the non-album single 'Looking for America' that year.

Lana Del Rey's Personal Life

Lana Del Rey has had romantic relationships with many men, including Bradley Soileau, James Franco, and Axl Rose. She is currently unattached.

Lana Del Rey's Quick Details

Full Name: Elizabeth Woolridge Grant Birthday:  21 June 1985 Age:  37 years Father: Robert England Grant Jr. Mother: Patricia Ann

Brother/Sister: Caroline  Grant, Charlie Grant Ex-boyfriends: G-Eazy,  James Franco, Axl Rose,  Marilyn Manson,  and Barrie-James O'Neill. Children: Not yet

Ethnicity:  English and Scottish Height: 5 ft 6 in Weight: 63kg Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Dark brown Net Worth:$30 Million

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