Lana Del Rey Promotes ‘Ultraviolence’ Through Kim Kardashian Kanye West Wedding?


Lana Del Rey has been releasing one track at a time from her new album “Ultraviolence,” which will be released on June 16.

In the midst of promoting “Ultraviolence,” Lana Del Rey performed at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding in Europe.

The “Young and Beautiful” singer reportedly performed at the pre-party in Versailles. Rumors followed that Lana Del Rey was reportedly paid millions of dollars to sing for the superstar couple, but according to a new TMZ video, the “Summertime Sadness” singer performed at the wedding for free.

However, because the release of her album was quite close to the date of the wedding, there is speculation that she agreed to do the gig because of all the free promotion that the performance got her, according to

Stereogum.

Regardless of the reasons the “Once Upon A Dream” singer performed at Kimye’s wedding, fans are enjoying each track that has been released on her album.

The singer had warned everyone that her upcoming “Ultraviolence” was “darker than the first – so dark it’s almost unlistenable and wrong,” according to the

Guardian.

We have to agree with Del Rey about the darkness of the tracks, just going off of the songs that have been released so far.

Lana Del Rey recently released her song, also titled “Ultraviolence.” The song is addictive and somber, as is any Lana song, telling the tale of twisted romance.

The singer sings, “I can hear sirens sirens, he hit me and it felt like a kiss. I can hear violins violins, give me all you’ve got, ultraviolence.”

The song has reportedly raised a discussion that the singer is glorifying domestic violence and an “unhealthy” image of a relationship.

Singer Lorde had reportedly admitted last fall that she wasn’t the biggest Lana Del Rey fan.

“I listened to that Lana Del Rey record and the whole time I was just thinking it’s so unhealthy for young girls to be listening to, you know, ‘I’m nothing without you.’ This sort of shirt-tugging, desperate, don’t leave me stuff. That’s not a good thing for young girls, even young people, to hear,” stated Lorde, according to

TIME magazine.

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