On September 1, Lana Del Rey said she would be delivering a track called “Let Me Love You Like a Woman.” Now, the melody has shown up as guaranteed. Hear Lana’s new single below.
“Let Me Love You Like a Woman” is the first song from Lana Del Rey’s next album Chemtrails Over the Country Club. At a certain point, Lana said the record would come out on September 5.
The delivery date is right now obscure. In August, Lana prodded another bit of new music when she delivered a scrap of a tune named “Tulsa Jesus Freak” on Instagram. The post labeled her regular partner Jack Antonoff, who worked with Lana on her fifth studio collection Norman Fucking Rockwell!.
In July, Lana delivered the book recording adaptation of her new poetry collection Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass, which highlights portrayal by Lana and music by Antonoff.
“Let Me Love You Like a Woman” denotes Lana’s first new bit of music since she gave Norman Fucking Rockwell! in 2018. Since the arrival of that record, Lana has collaborated with Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande for their Charlie’s Angels tune “Don’t Call Me Angel,” shared fronts of Joni Mitchell’s “For Free,” Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice” (close by Joan Baez), Death Cab for Cutie, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” (with Kacey Musgraves), and more.
Toward the start of the year, Lana needed to drop a planned visit through Europe because of sickness. All the more as of late, she’s added to another rendition of vocalist musician Matt Maeson’s 2018 hit single “Hallucinogenics” (the two played out the tune live respectively at a 2019 show in Oklahoma City). In August, the Weeknd shared another remix of “Money Power Glory,” a song from Lana’s 2014 album Ultraviolence.
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