The two-track music video – The Greatest and F * ck It, I Love You – hid worries about climate change. She sang: “Los Angeles is burning and getting hotter … Life on Mars is not just a song” (LA is in flames ‚it’s getting hot. ‘Life on Mars’ ain’t just a song). Lana mentioned David Bowie’s Life on Mars, in which the late songwriter wondered if life existed on Mars.
‘Fuck It I Love You’ and ‘The Greatest’ – Lana Del Rey
Singer intertwined in the work of feminine love messages. F*ck It, I Love You depicts a passionate night of a girl with her lover in California (USA). She pleaded with her lover, “Dream about me. Make me fall in love. Turn on the radio and dance. Damn it, I love you” (Dream a little dream of me. Make me into something sweet. Turn the radio on, dancing to a pop song. F * ck it, I love you). The song reminds Lana Del Rey of her early dream career in Summertime Sadness: “Tonight, I wear a red dress. Dance in the night under the dim moonlight” (I got my red dress on tonight. Dancing in the dark in the pale moonlight).
The topic is wide open but Lana Del Rey retains the unique music and style. The 14 songs in the album all exploit nostalgic trap-pop and trip-hop music, consistent with the female singer’s beautiful voice. She refreshed Doing Time, the song debuted in the 1990s with the performance of the band Sublime, once covered by guitarist Bradley Nowell and rapper Snoop Dogg. The remix on Lana Del Rey’s album highlights trip-hop, lessening the hip-hop and bohemian reggae in the original song.
With Norman F * king Rockwell, Lana Del Rey was praised by music critic Jenn Pelly as “excellent contemporary musician”. But the 34-year-old vocalist insists she is not in the music business for any awards or titles. “I’m just living out of passion, doing things that make me happy every day. Many people say my music is unlike anyone, that’s right. I don’t sing to be like everyone else,” Lana Del Rey said.