Alternative singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey released her eighth studio album Oct. 22. The album features 15 new tracks and describes the changes that fame brings and Del Rey’s disdain for her past with this hour-long masterpiece.
Life and Arts is commemorating the music Pepperdine finds special at this moment in time. This article features albums hand-picked by students and Graphic Life and Arts staff — what’s on repeat in AirPods around campus.
Lana Del Rey and co-writer Jack Antonoff used quarantine to create the melancholy masterpiece, “Chemtrails Over The Country Club.” Del Rey’s seventh studio album portrays the loneliness of fame, her dream of romantic madness and quiet hunger for normalcy.
Three years after Katy Perry’s album “Witness” debuted, Capitol Records and Perry came back to the pop music scene with a sparkly and high energy album titled “Smile.”
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Drake premiered four new songs on his Apple Music OVO radio show October 28.