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You remember Corinne Bailey Rae? The Ray before Lana Del Rey? She was the smooth neo soul singer that had everyone putting their records on and wearing their hair in its curlier natural state. She has since been MIA since her debut self titled album back in 2004. Although we may have not heard anything on the radio about her recently she is still working on music with her third album coming out soon I can’t help but reminisce laying on my bed listening to “Like A Star” on my radio (yes my radio). My all time favorite song by her was Young and Foolish, a song that she collaborated with Craig David aka the stix for ‘Young And Foolish’ everything about this song is perfect from the first line to the beat it’s all amazing. It’s all about being young, foolish, & naive making mistakes and learning from them. After all isn’t that what life is all about? Listen below.
Natasha Khan aka Bat For Lashes collaborates with Beck for her latest single Under the Indigo Moon. The video has a lot of late night strolling (duh) and pieces that Khan designed for the british label YMC. Produced by Lana Del Rey’s producer Neil Krug View the enchanting video below and give your eyes a treat.
You remember Lana Del Rey? The hot chick who loves Elvis and came out with that one CD you have never gotten tired of? Well she’s been quite busy creating the most talked about film you’ve never heard off Tropico. The full trailer has finally released opening with her boyfriend played by Shaun Ross telling Lana “You know it won’t always be like this?” And that my friend is where all the fun begins that involves stripping, slow motion apple eating, and a gang fight. And luckily we won’t have to wait long to figure out what that first line meant — it premieres Dec. 15th. View the trailer below. Continue reading