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Lana Del Rey's Best Collaborations

From The Weeknd to Stevie Nicks.

Lana Del Rey’s vocals are the highlight of any track she’s on, from her own soaring ballads to features with other artists. Whether with her brother-in-folk Father John Misty, foremother Stevie Nicks, fellow brooder The Weeknd or A$AP Rocky, LDR always shines. Read on for her best collaborations.

Interscope

“Lust For Life” by Lana Del Rey (Feat. The Weeknd)

One of several collabs with The Weeknd, Lana’s breezy vocals soar over this duet with the only current male singer as dark and moody as her. (Youtube)

Interscope

“Summer Bummer” by Lana Del Rey (Feat. A$AP Rocky & Playboi Carti)

“Hip-hop in the summer/Don't be a bummer, babe” Lana croons on this downtempo track that’s anything but a bummer. (Youtube)

Interscope

“Tomorrow Never Came” by Lana Del Rey (Feat. Sean Ono Lennon)

Lana teamed up with John Lennon’s song for this devastating ballad. Their vocals soar over a sad tale of unrequited love, that somehow still feels hopeful in the end. (Youtube)

Republic Records

“Don’t Call Me Angel” by Lana Del Rey, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus

It may have taken a movie soundtrack to bring these three queens of pop together, but it was well worth it. (Youtube)

Interscope

“Beautiful People Beautiful Problems” by Lana Del Rey (Feat. Stevie Nicks)

Lana and her witchy folk forebear sing about something they both understand well. (Youtube)

Sub Pop and Bella Union

“Buddy’s Rendezvous” by Father John Misty (Feat. Lana Del Rey)

A jazz ballad by two true kindred musical spirits. (Youtube)

Domino Recording Company

“Woman” by Cat Power (Feat. Lana Del Rey)

Lana joins Cat Power for their soulful take on bluesy indie rock. (Youtube)

Interscope

“God Save Our Young Blood” by Børns (Feat. Lana Del Rey)

Lana lent backing vocals on this euphoric electronic track by rising artist Børns. (Youtube)

RCA

“Secret Life” by Bleachers feat. Lana Del Rey

Lana helped out frequent collaborator (and Normal F*cking Rockwell producer) Jack Antonoff on this sleepy, lofi track from his 2021 Bleachers album, Take The Sadness Out Of Saturday Night. (Youtube)

Interscope

“Wait For Life” by Emile Haynie (Feat. Lana Del Rey)

An ethereal, sweeping song made with Lana’s Born To Die-era producer and friend, Emile Haynie. (YouTube)

The Vacancy Company

“Riverside” by Barrie-James O’Neill (Feat. Lana del Rey)

A somber piano ballad written by O’Neill and del Rey (who used to date) back in 2012, the song has leaked over the years, but was officially released in 2021. (YouTube)