Lana Del Rey described herself as a “gangsta Nancy Sinatra” when she first twirled her way into Internet infamy in 2011, but the newly unveiled album cover for her upcoming album, Ultraviolence, is the first of the singer’s releases to actually resemble a classic rap album.
In addition to the artwork, the “Video Games” singer announced a release date — Ultraviolence drops June 17 — and confirmed its tracklist, which features the very Lana-sounding titles “Sad Girl,” “Pretty When You Cry” and “F—d My Way Up to the Top,” which is sure to be a gem. Take a listen to the album’s hazy first single, “West Coast,” here.
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