Lana Del Rey releases her ghost word album Violet a month later than planned, due to the theft committed around Christmas on her family's belongings. This makes the singer known via Twitter on Saturday.
"(...) I'm going to wait about a month to release Violet , because we've lost about nine days with everything that happened. It's still an interesting project, I'm looking forward to it ", says Del Rey.
Hoping everyone had a great New Years, going to wait for about a month to put out 'Violet' since we lost about nine days with everything going on - it's an interesting project though, looking forward to having it out xAvatar
The Del Rey family recently fell victim to theft. The singer previously shared on Twitter that artworks from her sister, who is a professional photographer, and other things with emotional value to her family have been stolen. Del Rey called on the thief to return the artworks, because there are no copies.
The album Violet, which consists entirely of spoken poetry, would actually be released on Saturday, January 4. Del Rey said in a video on Instagram that she wants to put the record on the market for about 1 dollar (about 0.89 euros) per copy, and want to donate half of the proceeds to charities that are committed to American rights. native Americans.
The singer describes the album as 'freestyle poetry' and 'rougher than the listener is used to'. Del Rey is also working on a poetry book entitled Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass . However, making this takes her longer than she had hoped.
On Friday, February 21, 2020, Lana del Rey will be at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.