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The singer co-wrote and sang title track 'Big Eyes' and another song titled 'I Can Fly' for the movie that opens in U.S. theaters on December 25.
The cypher, also featuring Shady Records artists like Joe Budden and Yelawolf, was released in support of the upcoming compilation 'ShadyXV'.
The gloomy singer will play two shows at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, which is the final resting place for some famous stars like Marilyn Monroe and George Harrison.
The singer has canceled her appearance on U.K.'s Radio 1 'Live Lounge' as well as two concerts for Virgin Radio in France.
A new date for the postponed concert, which was originally scheduled to take place on August 20 in Tel Aviv, will be announced later.
The grainy video features the singer walking through the woods while donning a white wedding gown and clutching a white bouquet.
The full video for the title track of Del Rey's latest album is expected to be released in the coming days.
The 'Summertime Sadness' crooner says of her song 'F**king My Way Up to the Top', 'It's commentary, like, 'I know what you think of me,' and I'm alluding to that.'
Barrie James O'Neill might say they were still together but Del Rey moved on from him with photographer Francesco Carrozzini.
Marking Del Rey's first album to land atop the chart, 'Ultraviolence' sells 182,000 in its first week.
O'Neill claimed that their relationship was not over contrary to her statement to Switzerland's 20 Minuten last week.
The daughter of Kurt Cobain said that 'the death of young musicians isn't something to romanticize' and told Lana to 'embrace this life.'
Not going into details, the singer said her former boyfriend had some issues that he had to deal with.
In some now-deleted tweets, the 'Ultraviolence' singer says Guardian editor Tim Jonze's 'leading questions about death and persona were calculated.'
The new music video highlights Del Rey's love affair with an older man, the same guy who stars in her 'West Coast' visuals.