These Are the Top 5 Songs off Lana Del Rey's Lust for Life Album
World, stop. Lana Del Rey's highly awaited fourth studio album Lust for Life is here.
A stark departure from her moody days of Born to Die and Ultraviolence, it feels as though Lana has finally found herself with this album.
She's back, and cooler than ever, with a breadth of work meant to empower someone who once felt lost in the world.
Every song on the album is solid, but there were five songs that really stood out to us as being some of Lana's best work. Scroll below to listen to them:
1. "Beautiful People Beautiful Problems" feat. Stevie Nicks
Arguably the most anticipated collaboration of all time, Lana teamed up with music legend Stevie Nicks on this harrowingly beautiful tune. Though these two songstresses have unique voices, they blend perfectly on this track. Their harmonies are truly enchanting.
2. "13 Beaches"
Drawn in by the sounds of an angelic symphony, it took all of 15 seconds for us to be completely mesmerized by "13 Beaches." Brutally honest, Lana lays it all out there in one of the most vulnerable songs she's ever released.
3. "God Bless America – And All the Beautiful Women in It"
A self-love anthem to end all anthems, "God Bless America – And All the Beautiful Women in it" left us feeling utterly empowered. Lana croons prose we all need to take to heart. As she says, "May you stand proud and strong like Lady Liberty" after hearing this tune.
4. "Tomorrow Never Came" feat. Sean Ono Lennon
The melodic instrumentals and soothing vocals from both Lana and Sean Ono Lennon on "Tomorrow Never Came" had us in a trance. The harmonious acoustic track clearly draws inspiration from a couple of The Beatles' classics, but still has a vibe all its own.
5. "Get Free"
Being the closing track on Lust for Life, we expected a lot from "Get Free." Without a doubt, it delivered. It's more of a reflective song and calls upon the listener to really check in with themselves. Lana has moved onto happier times. Are you ready to do the same?
Listen to our top five songs by following the playlist below:
We didn't put "Love" on this list, but it was definitely one of the best music videos of 2017, so far. Watch our other fave videos from the year HERE.