Lana Del Rey & The Weeknd Release Soulful New Single 'Lust For Life'

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After Lana Del Rey teamed up with The Weeknd for his Starboy album's Stargirl Interlude and Party Monster, the singer returned the favour, collaborating with the songstress for the title track from her new LP. The song follows up another track from the album, "Love" that was released earlier this month.

"I told you twice, in our love letter, there's no stopping now, green lights forever", chants Lana, in what we can only pray is a nod to Lorde's spring anthem, "Green Light".

There is now no release date for Lana Del Rey's new album, however it is expected to drop later this year.

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Lust For Life, the second cut from her forthcoming album of the same name due later this year, is a fantastic fusion of the rousing, sultry style that both artists boast throughout their recent output.

This article was originally published by Spin.

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