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Whore of Tropico

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  • Birthday January 18

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  1. BLACK BATHING SUIT + DEALER + WILDFLOWER WILDFIRE Short Film
  2. Not miss "Dealer" once being that one track people love to shit on so badly while in her l**k era, even the insiders hated her And now she marks her 1,5M streams on Spotify - the highest stream rate out of any song in the album since BB release, and on her way to be the next Tik Tok hit. Her redemption era is even stronger than @arcadialovesong2018's I can tell She's having her moment.
  3. Okay i know it's really mean & too early to think about LDR9 right now after we just got Blue Banisters. But sorry, i can't help the thirst Here's a "LDR9" album rollout in my tiny head: LDR9 title will be: LIZ, I'M CALLING FROM CALIFORNIA Genres: Psychedelic, indietronica, Alt Rock, chamber pop artpop, dreampop, ofc (a sweet "piano flop" to spite y'all ballad haterz) Style: An ethereal Witch Rock Album (I'm thinking of Which Witch - Florence + The Machine kind of vibes) mixed with experimental electronic-elements, serving for random drunk screaming/ camp style. Produced by: herself, Mike Dean Track 5 - Lemonade has some excerpts/sample contents from old demo "Dance for Money". This will be her 2022 stripper anthem (it will make the preceeders like Brite Lites, Cherry etc. proud). It marks the first time in 5 years since she made her last stripper song. (L4L era). Track 13: "To Clementine" is a continuation of "Fine China" - The song is a love letter to her future daughter Clementine - "baby, your daddy might be an asshole but im never gonna leave u. I will always protect you in my arms" - The song sets in "Fine China" universe's storyline. This album is a sister to Lust for Life, but this time, it's not a celebration for her fans, rather than the celebration for herself. The album is a nod to young/innocent Lizzy Grant (yes, she will spill more tea about her past in this album) & how that make her the person she is today, more self-reflecting songs (just like WW in Blue Banisters), more fuck-you media songs (especially annoying-ass twitter stan culture), and how she been through shit to be able to love and appreciate/believe in herself & her art (as she should, she is Lana Fucking Del Rey) & more contemplating songs like in Lust for Life where she shares her thoughts about life, politics, society prejudice towards a woman/a woman in the industry, and although the album isn't an ode to her fans like Lust for Life was, it still has 2 songs as 2 love letters dedicated to her fans - Roses Bloom For You (altered lyrics) & At Peace, At Last. Photographed by me.
  4. sorry my thirst for LDR9 is going wild (photo taken by me)
  5. Yes, but can they give us the same feeling that only Lana's giving us? i doubt it.
  6. Heyyyy, anyone who listens to Apple Music gets the sounds problem when it gets to "sweet carolina"??? I think it's kinda glitch at 1:20 when she sings "we love you like God loves you"
  7. The Post gave Blue Banisters a 4.5/5 That will be a 90/100 if Metacritic includes the score on the site.
  8. That bitchass metacritic hasn't even included the Rolling Stone 8/10 Review & Northern Transmission 8/10 review yet
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