down on the west coast, they got a saying...



                                                         I can see my sweet boy swayin'
                                 He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love

On the balcony and I'm saying
Move baby, move baby, I'm in love

I'm in love (I'm in love)
I'm in love (I'm in love)

Down on the West Coast, they got their icons
Their silver starlets, their Queens of Saigons
And you've got the music, you've got the music in you, don't you?

I have liked Lana del Rey quite alot since I discovered her music. I think I first started to listen to Born to die, and then I just found more and more music that I liked. Lana has this 80's wibe witch I think is really cool! And she doesnt say bitch or swear after every other word in her songs... She is deffenently something diffrent in a such a typical pop music world. On my bucket list is to see her live once, that would be incretable. 

Hence I had to check out her new album Ultraviolence. I only liked West Cost and the song Ultraviolence on the album. But then again I am a person who needs to listen to a song a couple of times before I actually start liking it, so this might change. Have you checked out any song of Lana del Rey's album Ultraviolence? 

6 kommentarer:

  1. I've never actually listened to Lana Del Rey. I suppose I should try, it seems like Fiona Apple and I LOVE her.

  2. Love this!! X

  3. Yea I usually have to hear a song a few times to really get into it- it's weird how that works, isn't it? But Lana is just plain amazing- I especially love her style too :)

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

  4. love lana (and bradley!) x

  5. I fell in love with Lana last summer. All it took was a bit of "Summertime Sadness" and I was hooked! I knew that "West Coast" had dropped months ago, but couldn't get the music video in Germany and it wasn't until last weekend in France that I actually heard the song! Ohhhhh, Lana just finds a way to shake my soul every darn time!
    : signe : the daily savant :