Lana Del Rey Explains Her Small Function On Taylor Swift’s ‘Snow On the Seashore’

Taylor Swift’s 2022 album Midnights options fairly a couple of visitor musicians, together with artist Lana Del Rey on Swift’s observe “Snow on the Seashore.” However her vocals are largely simply within the background of the track, although she is credited as a featured artist.

Del Rey co-wrote the track with Swift and producer Jack Antonoff, and in a latest interview with Billboard she mentioned she was requested to sing a verse, however had “no thought” she was “the one function.”

“Had I identified, I might have sung the complete second verse like she wished,” Del Rey defined. “My job as a function on a giant artist’s album is to verify I assist add to the manufacturing of the track, so I used to be extra targeted on the manufacturing.”

However the singer “actually appreciated” how the track sounded ultimately, and insisted that Swift was “very adamant that she wished me to be on the album.”

She added, “I assumed it was good to have the ability to bridge that world since Jack and I work collectively and so do Jack and Taylor.”

In an Instagram video from October whereas selling Midnights, Swift talked about being a “large fan of Lana Del Ray” with out mentioning if she supposed for the opposite vocalist to ever be part of her on the observe solo.

“The truth that I get to exist similtaneously her is an honor and a privilege and the truth that she can be so beneficiant as to collaborate with us on this track is one thing I am gonna be pleased about life,” Swift mentioned of Del Rey. “Completely love her.”

Swift then mentioned the track “Snow on the Seashore” is “about falling in love with somebody on the similar time they’re falling in love with you.”

She added, “It is on this type of cataclysmic, fated second the place you understand somebody feels precisely the identical means that you simply really feel on the similar second…Form of like it could be for those who had been to see snow falling on a seashore.”

Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and extra. Her first guide, The Lonely Hunter, can be launched by Dial Press in February 2022.

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