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Video: Lana Del Rey Makes US Television Debut With ‘Saturday Night Live” Performance

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey has taken the internet by storm with a hand full of songs and music videos that have raked in millions of views and listens. With her album set for release at the end of this month, the singer/songwriter is giving the set a major boost by making her US television debut with a coveted musical guest spot on Saturday Night Live.

Lana performed two songs from her upcoming album. She started off with the fan-favorite Video Games and closed out her SNL appearance with her song Blue Jeans. Her live performances we a little more than awkward and drew mixed reactions on the interwebs but f you enjoyed them, make sure to catch Lana as she performs on The Late Show with David Letterman and The Ellen Show in the upcoming weeks.

Video Games and Blue Jeans are pulled from Lana Del Rey’s official debut album, Born To Die. The set arrives in stores and at online retailers on January 31. Watch the performances and see the tracklisting for the album’s deluxe edition below:

Born To Die (deluxe) tracklisting:

1. Born To Die
2. Off To The Races
3. Blue Jeans
4. Video Games
5. Diet Mountain Dew
6. National Anthem
7. Dark Paradise
8. Radio
9. Carmen
10. Million Dollar Man
11. Summertime Sadness
12. This Is What Makes Us Girls
13. Without You
14. Lolita
15. Lucky Ones
16. Video Games (Joy Orbison Remix)

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Comments

  1. Mixed reviews? She was atrocious.

  2. That. Was. The. Worse. Performance. I. Have. Ever. Witnessed. Except maybe for that idol guy Durbin on Conan the other night! No talent left in America?

  3. Maybe I’m biased because I love all of the songs she’s released but I got the performance. Her voice is husky naturally and certainly not synthesized or auto tuned like almost every single pop song out there. It’s a little awkward but it almost feels like they told her to “sing faster” and both of those songs are slower.

    I’ve seen videos of her performing live in other venues and she sounds great-go Lana!

  4. what is this even. That voice on Blue Jeans? icant.

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