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Lana Del Rey Covers Ariana Grande’s ‘Break Up With Your Girlfriend’

Despite her busy schedule and continuing to surprise fans with never-ending new content, Lana Del Rey stopped by BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge to give her fans something else exciting to talk about.

Just when music fans thought Ariana Grande’s smash hit, ‘Break Up With Your Girlfriend,’ couldn’t get any better, Lana covered it in a completely new way and practically broke the internet. Her performance gave the track a fresh new sound while also keeping the rendition true to her roots as an artist. Music fans may not have expected Lana to choose to cover this track based on the difference in music styles, but its mysterious vibe has listeners practically addicted to it.

Her cover of the hit makes it feel like a brand new song and in typical Lana Del Rey fashion, it’s captivating people around the world while still managing to dominate social media. In addition to sounding warm and earthy, it only made fans more excited about hearing Lana, Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande together for the theme song of the Charlie’s Angels reboot.

Grande replied to a video of the performance by saying “oh my god i love you so very very much” on Twitter.

Thus, causing fans to instantly dream of an exclusive duet/collaboration in the future.

Lana also recently released her new album Norman F*cking Rockwell and its reviews from both journalists and fans are almost unanimously impeccable. In other news, she is also working on her 2020 release “White Hot Forever.”

Also at the BBC Radio 1 lounge, she performed her cover of Sublime’s ‘Doin’ Time.’

What’s your favorite song off of Norman F*cking Rockwell? Tweet us using @CelebMix and let us know your thoughts on Lana Del Rey and her new album!

Listen to Norman F*cking Rockwell here.

Written by Alessandra

Alessandra is a music journalist from New York who loves to speak and write about music of all different genres. She has interviewed artists such as Alesso, Surf Mesa, and Neon Trees.