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Lana Del Rey Sings Disney Classics & Answers Questions at Children's Hospital in Washington D.C.

Lana Del Rey is doing something really sweet on her day off from touring!

The 32-year-old “Lust For Life” singer-songwriter stopped by the Children’s Hospital on Friday (January 26) in Washington, D.C.

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During her visit, Lana sang Disney songs and other classics for the children and answered silly questions.

“Had the best time at the Children’s hospital in Washington DC today before we left for Pennsylvania. The kids were ready with lots of requests and put me on the spot to sing some songs I’ve done for Disney movies and some other old classics. They also were curious to know what kind of reptile I’d be if I had my choice ! I said anything except for a snake!”

Pictured below: Lana Del Rey performs at the Prudential Center on January 19 in New Jersey.

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Lana Del Rey Becomes One of Only Three Women to Achieve This Incredible Billboard 200 Feat!

Lana Del Rey just hit another major milestone with her music!

The 32-year-old “Get Free” singer-songwriter’s debut album, Born To Die, is now one of only three albums by women that has spent 300 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart as of this month, the official chart company announced on Wednesday (January 17).

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Only two other albums by women have notched at least 300 weeks on the chart: Carole King‘s 1971 record Tapestry (318 weeks) and Adele‘s 2011 record 21 (359 weeks).

Born to Die debuted on the Billboard 200 in February of 2012, and has since moved 3 million album equivalent units, with 1.5 million of those being traditional album sales.

Congratulations, Lana!

Lana Del Rey Explains Why Radiohead Might Be Taking Her to Court

Lana Del Rey says she’s battling with Radiohead‘s lawyers over one song’s similarity.

The track in question, “Get Free,” is from Lana‘s latest studio album, 2017′s Lust For Life. Radiohead alleges that the song is too similar to their own hit, “Creep” – and they want 100% of the publishing, according to Lana.

“It’s true about the lawsuit. Although I know my song wasn’t inspired by Creep, Radiohead feel it was and want 100% of the publishing – I offered up to 40 over the last few months but they will only accept 100. Their lawyers have been relentless, so we will deal with it in court,” she wrote on Twitter on Sunday (January 7).

Interestingly, Radiohead faced similar legal issues with “Creep” upon its release. After the band admitted the song shared similarities with The Hollies‘ “The Air That I Breathe,” they agreed to settle a lawsuit out of court with the songwriters, Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, and give them a percentage of the song’s publishing.

See her tweet below.

Borns Feat. Lana Del Rey: 'God Save Our Young Blood' Stream, Lyrics & Download - Listen Now!

BØRNS is back with a brand new song called “God Save Our Young Blood” featuring Lana Del Rey, which you can listen to right here!

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The track first premiered on Tuesday (January 2) as the first Beats 1 World Premiere of 2018, and is featured on BØRNS‘ upcoming sophomore album Blue Madonna, which will be released on January 12.

Blue Madonna was produced by Tommy English.

Listen to “God Save Our Young Blood” below! You can also download the song on iTunes.

Click inside to read the lyricsMore Here! »

Lana Del Rey Opens Up About the Meaning of Her 'Lust For Life'

Lana Del Rey is on the cover of Billboard‘s 2017 Year In Music issue, out on newsstands now.

Here’s what the 32-year-old “Lust For Life” singer had to say:

On the difference between her No. 1 album Lust For Life and her previous works: “I think a good word [to describe Lust for Life's shift in mood] would be ‘present’ – less from the outside looking in, and a more integrated perspective lyrically. I started writing the darker songs first: ‘Heroin,’ ‘Get Free,’ ’13 Beaches.’ Then, once I got to be cathartic in that way, I thought, ‘All right, now I want to invite my friends in.’”

On “Love”: It started as “Young and in Love,” but I didn’t really like that title; that wasn’t the point of the song. Then I worked with Sean Lennon. The Lennon legacy is so tied in to that one word. So I thought, ‘You know what? I just want to go for it.’ The whole record is pointing its little nose in that direction. And I liked that it was pretty literal — it felt nice and comfortable to not necessarily have layers to all of the singles. That one and ‘Lust for Life’ were kind of just about having fun.

On her creative process: “I wanted to see if [Lust for Life] would be heard for what it was really saying. Overall, from what I read, it was interpreted correctly. Which is a good sign for me: It means I’m not seeing things one way and the culture is seeing things the other way. That means you need to check yourself, and I don’t want to check myself. I want to stay in the flow.”

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