Lana Del Rey Coup Programming Video

Etagloc

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I told my ex Lana's music was creepy! I knew that music was creepy and had an evil vibe. People themselves are on some messed up vibrations so they VIBE to music on them evil vibrations...... they share a certain similarity to the music's vibration and then they're pulled further towards the music's vibration.
 





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I enjoyed a lot of her very first album but later on i realised the extend of her blasphemy in lyrics and videos. You're right it is on some creepy vibes...
 





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Yeah creepy and every time I listen to her songs I become instantly and unexplainable sad and low vibe, currently I only have 2 songs of her in my playlist. Especially the one from Great Gatsby soundtrack is like a dialog with an entity. and her videos are full of simbolism as well National anthem is about JFK death and she is playing both the wife and mistress in it. She is been passed around to lot of people in the musical industry she is definitely not there for the talent
 





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I remember a song by her with the lyrics "I f***ed my way up to the top, this is my show." So even she admits to that herself.

People blame Satanism or the illuminati for the problems in the entertainment industry, when really it's just patriarchy that allows that to happen but oh no that might be feminist.
 





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People blame Satanism or the illuminati for the problems in the entertainment industry, when really it's just patriarchy that allows that to happen but oh no that might be feminist.
I would agree with that. Many would blame her for "sleeping her way to the top" but what about the people who allowed her (or made her) to do that? I think it's cruel for people in power to use their position and take advantage of people like that. I can't imagine being that sleazy.
 





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I would agree with that. Many would blame her for "sleeping her way to the top" but what about the people who allowed her (or made her) to do that? I think it's cruel for people in power to use their position and take advantage of people like that. I can't imagine being that sleazy.
Oh yeah, and it happens in many different industries throughout the work force, and people still wonder why women might feel the need to protest.
 





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Of course they sleep with men to get record deals. And women can protest all they want, but until men turn against the system. Nothing will change, and I'm sorry to be the one that says that.
 





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I heard she said she tried to sleep with them but it didn't work...
Lana Del Rey: 'I have slept with a lot of guys in the industry' From Independent interview
C'mon, she is a Beta Kitten slave, of course she did.
 





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I never got the appeal of Lana. Her voice and music is just meh, her personality is uninspiring and annoyingly "emo" and she's been knifed up into a completely different person than she once was, but her fans treat her as if she's this old Hollywood type natural beauty goddess a la Audrey Hepburn or Elizabeth Taylor. I hate how younger girls these days find role models in the most awful females in the sick industry.
 





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her personality is uninspiring and annoyingly "emo" and she's been knifed up into a completely different person than she once was
I don't think she's emo but her songs always have a dark theme I guess. And it is weird/interesting to see how she went through a few name changes and style changes before she settled on her current name and appearance and began to get popular. She used to go by her own name and sing in a higher pitch but now she trained her voice to sing deeper and her songs are a little more depressing.
 





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