Thursday, November 30, 2023

Lana Del Rey praises Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo: “I love their songs”

In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Royal wool I didn’t shy away from any praise Billie Eilish e Olivia Rodrigo. When asked how it feels to be seen as an inspiration for her and other new generation artists, Del Rey replied that it was something “incredible.”

“It’s fucking great because Billie and Olivia are such good people. I love them both, I love their music.” explained.

Not that you have to be a good person to be good at music. But if you’re cool and you’re a great singer, I’m happy for the culture.”

Lana, who has always heard younger girls say she is an inspiration, said she feels like a “big sister.” “Singers I knew, big and small, wrote me letters. I always felt like a big sister to almost everyone I met.” said the star.

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It’s worth keeping this in mind in August while participating in the podcast “At your service” said Billie Eilish about the album “Born to Die” by Del Rey, was responsible for “changing the music.” “I feel like this album changed music and especially music for girls and the potential of what is possible.” he explained.

Olivia, on the other hand, told this The Hollywood Reporter what you learned from Lana’s work. “Lana’s work taught me how effective sentimentality can be in songwriting.” he explained.

“She defies every stereotype about what a woman who writes pop songs should or should not be. She is constantly pushing boundaries and creating new, adventurous and unabashedly feminine work.” Rodrigo added.

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