LANA FELT HER MU­SIC WAS BE­COM­ING STAG­NANT

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Singer Lana Del Rey (above) felt “stuck in the same spot” with her last two al­bums, so she made an ef­fort to gain “mo­men­tum” with her lat­est al­bum.

The 32-year-old singer, who re­leased her fourth stu­dio al­bum Lust For Life on last Fri­day, has ad­mit­ted her goal with the record was to feel as though she had “mo­men­tum”, as she was left feel­ing stag­nant af­ter the re­lease of Ul­travi­o­lence (2014) and Hon­ey­moon (2015), re­ports fe­male­first.co.uk “That was my goal, you know, to get to that place in my daily life — feel­ing like I had a lot of mo­men­tum. Like a mov­ing-on­ness from wher­ever that other place was that Hon­ey­moon and Ul­travi­o­lence came from. I loved those records, but I felt a lit­tle stuck in the same spot,” she said.

The Young and Beau­ti­ful hit­maker re­vealed that in or­der to move on from her old sound, she made sure to “feel a lit­tle more present” in the world around her.

PHOTO: STEVE MAR­CUS/REUTERS

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