Lana Del Rey confirms release date for new album in fiery statement

Brenda Watkins
May 22, 2020

Lana Del Rey announced the release date for her new album and slammed critics who say she "glamorizes abuse" in a lengthy Instagram post this morning-while simultaneously igniting the wrath of half a dozen music fandoms. Lana Del Rey attends the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City.

Lana then continued say " Can I please sing again about being incarnated feeling beautiful in love if the relationship is not ideal or dancing for money, or whatever you want, without being crucified or saying that I am glamorizing abuse?"

In the post, the singer said that she is "not not a feminist" and that it's "pathetic" some have said her lyrics have set women "back hundreds of years". None of the artists she named have responded yet.

"I've been honest and optimistic about the challenging relationships I've had". So I just want to say it's been a long 10 years of bulls-t reviews up until recently and I've learned a lot from them.

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Writer Shon Faye tweeted: "think Lana's post would have been fine if she hadn't compared herself to a group of mostly black women with the clear tone that she thinks she's been treated worse by the media when that's observably untrue".

The 34-year-old singer confirmed plans for the album, titled White Hot Forever, and shared a release date, September 5, in an Instagram post Thursday.

Replying on the post, one user wrote, "please respect EVERY woman. women can choose what they want to do and you don't have anything to say about it. if they want to sing about s*x they can, your thoughts about it don't matter. denigrate women about their choice is just coward". It's about advocating for a more delicate personality, not for white woman - thanks for the Karen comments tho. She wrote that she has two upcoming poetry books exploring the same themes as the letter and added, "I'm sure there will be tinges of what I've been ponder in my new album that comes out September 5".

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