Penned with her love for poetry, Lana Del Rey will be releasing her spoken word album in just a matter of time.

The singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey previously announced that her poetry collection is set to be released on January 4, 2020. Apparently, it was delayed because her sister slash collaborator, Chuck Grant’s art got stolen. It supposedly to be called as ‘Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass’  but there’s no confirmation yet if she will continue in releasing it with the same title.

Moreover, the music artist told also that the proceeds of her poetry would benefit the Native American organizations whether it was for preserving their rights or trying to help keep their land intact.

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“I just love the ideas are meant to be shared and they are priceless in someway,” said Del rey as she planned to sell it for just a dollar.

In case you don’t know yet, Lana Del Rey is known for her subgenre “sadcore”  of the mainstream who bagged with multiple awards with her written songs. To tell you, there’s no doubt that this upcoming poetry collection will also be a blast just like her songs! Well, if you’re curious about it, you can check the glimpse of her written poetry on her Instagram a last February.

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And to continually excite our poetic hearts, just last April 11, she posted some clip of her upcoming poetry audiobook on her Instagram.

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Perhaps, Lana Del Rey is still perfectly arranging everything for the release of her poetry collection and all we can do is to wait for this beautiful surprise! For now, to appease our impatient hearts, let’s just wait for more announcement on her account.

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