Album Review: Lana Del Rey—Paradise EP

WAVE MAKER MAGAZINE

Paradise EP

Good girls gone bad, romances with older men, booze fueled nights, driving freely down the highway; Lana Del Rey covers all the bases with her newest album, Paradise EP, which was released November 12, 2012. This eight-track EP is a follow up to her controversial first major album, Born to Die and is a sexy extension of its predecessor. From it’s haunting melodies fueled by string instruments, to Del Rey’s sultry, hypnotic voice, to the outright naughty lyrics of songs such as Cola—this new album exudes sensuality.

Del ReyBorn Elizabeth Grant, the singer-songwriter has become a controversial yet well-known name in her time on the music scene. Before announcing herself to the world as Lana Del Rey, the singer was active in the underground music scene in New York City, and performed under various stage names such as Sparkle Jump Rope Queen, Lizzy Grant and the Phenomena, and May Jailer. Her…

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By Nicholas Maithya Posted in Reviews

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