Lana Del Rey Releases “West Coast”

I am sure you’ve heard of Lana Del Rey by now, and you probably also know that her dad is domain investor Rob Grant. This morning, Lana released a new single called “West Coast,” and you’re probably going to hear a lot more of it on the radio this summer. To give you an idea of her popularity, the song was released this morning, and it already has over half a million views on YouTube alone.

Lana is currently on her first US tour, and she will be singing at venues across the United States this Spring and Summer. This weekend, she closed out the Coachella Music Festival and performed her new song. I am going to check out her concert at the House of Blues in Boston next month, and hopefully I will have a chance to catch up with Rob before the show.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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