American Singer Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, better known Lana Del Rey has called out her critics in a lengthy note she posted on social media on Thursday, hitting back at claims she “glamourizes abuse” in her music.
Lana Del Rey’s music is best remembered for its stylized cinematic quality; its themes of tragic romance, glamour, and melancholia; and its references to pop culture, particularly 1950s and 1960s Americana.
Some critics including singer Lorde, are however not happy with her songs, often slamming her usage of provocative lyrics and musical explorations of domestic violence as “anti-feminist”.
Lorde even went as far as saying that Lana’s songsare “so unhealthy for young girls to be listening to”, back in 2013.
But Lana Del Rey took to Instagram today to address those criticism and accusations.
In a long post, the ‘Video Game’ singer insisted that her songs are about the realities of life, things that are prevalent all over the world.
She added that her songs are not like that of Beyonce, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj and the rest of them. Those whose songs portrays ideal love and relationships, but different in reality.
Check out her full message in the image below:
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