A new course at New York University (NYU) that will begin next month, will allow students to study Lana Del Rey.
‘Topics in Recorded Music: Lana Del Rey’, a new course at the University that will be taught by writer and author Kathy Iandoli, will focus on the Grammy-winning musician at the Clive Davis Institute.
“Over the course of eight critically acclaimed albums, the six-time Grammy nominee introduced a sad core, melancholy and baroque version of dream pop that in turn helped shift and reinvent the sound (and mood) of mainstream music beyond the 2010s,” reads the course description, which was provided by Variety.
According to her manager Ben Mawson, Lana Del Rey’s follow-up to last year’s ‘Blue Banisters’ is ‘coming shortly.’ Since the release of ‘Blue Banisters’ in October 2021, the artist has only shared one new song, ‘Watercolor Eyes,’ which was a soundtrack addition for the movie ‘Euphoria’.
The singer had issued a temporary restraining order against a guy she claimed, had stolen one of her automobiles earlier this year.