According to Lana Del Rey, she expressed her desire to have sung the complete second verse of Taylor Swift’s track ‘Snow On The Beach.’
During an interview with Billboard, the vocalist who was featured on a track from Taylor Swift’s highly successful album ‘Midnights’ spoke about how she was approached to collaborate on the song. She also mentioned that she would have contributed more had she known that she was the only featured artist on the track.
The artist disclosed that she wasn’t aware that she was the sole feature on the track. If she had known, she would have sung the complete second verse as requested by Taylor Swift. Her objective was to contribute to the song’s production since her role as a featured artist is to enhance the album. Despite this, she appreciated being approached by Taylor Swift to collaborate on the track and saw it as a way to unite different music genres, as she and Jack Antonoff, who produced the song, have collaborated previously.
In a previous collaboration, Taylor Swift expressed her deep admiration for Lana Del Rey, whom she considers to be one of the greatest musical artists of our time. Swift feels extremely privileged to work alongside such a talented musician and is grateful for the opportunity to collaborate on their song. The track, called ‘Snow On The Beach’, explores the theme of falling in love simultaneously with someone who reciprocates those feelings. It’s a powerful moment of intense emotion and connection between two people. Swift hopes that listeners will enjoy the song as much as she does.
As you listen to the song, it’s like you’re in a state of disbelief, wondering whether what you’re experiencing is real or just a dream. It’s almost like seeing snow falling on a beach, an unusual and unexpected sight. Fans of the song later discovered a reference to Janet Jackson, where the singers croon together, “Now I’m all for you like Janet,” and Jackson herself praised the track.
Lana has announced the release of her upcoming album, “Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd”, which is now set to release on March 24 instead of its initial release date of March 10. The album will include some exciting collaborations with artists such as Father John Misty and Tommy Genesis. Artwork and the complete tracklist are available for viewing.