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Biographic - Sunday May 2, 2021 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Biographic - Sunday May 2, 2021 Comic Strip
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Born Elizabeth Woolridge grant in New York City on June 21, 1985, she was raised in Lake Placid, New York, and attended boarding school in Connecticut before studying metaphysics at New York's Fordham University. She began performing as Lizzy Grant at open-mic nights, alongside the likes of Stefani Germanotta who would soon find fame as Lady Gaga. Lizzy signed a deal with a small indie label and released an EP in 2008, followed by an album in 2010. New management brought a change of emphasis and direction with Lizzy adopting the Lana Del Rey persona that she had been developing and softening her bleached-blonde image. She bought back the rights to her debut album, and it was withdrawn from iTunes and the release of her single "Video Games" kickstarted a massive virtual buzz-to date, the video has attracted more than 260 million views! She quickly became a blog sensation, and major labels soon came calling. In 2012 her album "Born to Die" debuted at No. 2 on the U.S. charts and No. 1 on others worldwide. Including the U.K. and Australia. The eponymous single, thanks in part to another viral hit video also was also a global hit. In late 2012, her "Paradise" ep reached No. 10 on the U.S. charts, it was also combined with her "Born To Die" album, and "Born to Die: The Paradise Edition." was a top-10 success. She wrote and starred in the music short film "Tropico." and she released "Young And Beautiful" from the movie "The Great Gatsby" a Cedric Gervais remix of her single "Summertime Sadness" hit the U.S. top 10 in 2013, the following year, her album "Ultraviolence" debuted at the top of the charts in a dozen countries, including the U.S. and spawned the single "West Coast." released in 2014, "Honey Moon" album was another worldwide hit. In 2017, the "Lust for Life" album took her back to the top of the Billboard album charts. 2019 brought a top 3-album with an expletive laden title and a hit collaborative with Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande on "Don't Call Me Angel" for the "Charlie's Angels" movie. In 2020, her spoken word album, "Violent Bent Backwards Over the Grass." An accompaniment to a book featuring her poetry and photography, went top 20, The recipient of Six Grammy nominations and a Golden Globe nominations to date. Her latest album "Chemtrails Over the Country Club." was released in March.