The “Lust For Life” music video was professedly expected to turn out a couple of hours after the fact yet since some Chinese site released the full, altered thing prior this Monday evening, Lana and Interscope Records had no other decision however to surge release the official music video on VEVO before schedule. Thus, here it is. The “Lust For Life” music video including Canadian crooner The Weekend and Directed by Rich Lee.
The music video is five minutes in length and these will be the most grand five minutes of your life, I guarantee you.
The “Lust For Life” music video opens with Lana del Rey doing a straightforward 1, 2, 3 choreography with two go down artists remaining on white stages in the back while she wears a charming red dress, an adorable red hand band, delightful ribbon gloves, cute high knee socks, and a couple or red short heel shoes. Lana will keep doing the choreography until the theme comes and she chooses to leave the set running. Where will she go? She will mystically run onto Mount Lee, where the acclaimed Hollywood Sign is found. Lanita will ascend the stairs and she will join The Weeknd who is sitting tight for her at the highest point of the “H” letter. There, the American and the Canadian artists will begin singing together, be a tease, engaging in sexual relations with their eyes, touching each other, expelling their garments (well, only one piece. The Weeknd will take off, remove Lana’s head band), etc. At that point, in the wake of investigating a dazzling perspective of the Los Angeles downtown horizon at evening time, the ideal opportunity for all the more running will come. Lana will begin running and bouncing from letter to letter until she achieves the last “D” and off the obscure she goes. She will slide down, immediately taken after by The Weekend, and the two will complete their melody and music video resting on a garden loaded with yellow roses *camera zooms out*.
Simply goodness! You truly have no clue about envious I am of The Weekend for having imparted such fantastic minutes to Lana in this music video.
This is by a wide margin one of my most loved Lana del Rey music recordings ever, if not my top pick. The “VHS” channel work so well in here, I lived for Lana’s entire look, she couldn’t have a more impeccable running style, I softened when she put on The Weeknd’s shades and look so hot in the them, and I’m only just infatuated with this music video. The replay estimation of this is mind blowing! (I’ll make my own objective to make this music video Lana’s most seen on YouTube!).