Lana Del Rey would’ve “sung the whole second verse” on Taylor Swift’s “Snow On The Seashore” if she knew she was the one featured artist

In a brand new interview with Billboard, Del Rey mentioned working with Taylor Swift on final 12 months’s Midnights track “Snow On The Seashore”, and revealed she would’ve had an even bigger look on the track if she knew no different artist was leaping on the track.

Del Rey stated, “Effectively, to start with, I had no concept I used to be the one function [on that song]. Had I identified, I might have sung the whole second verse like she needed. 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 centered on the manufacturing. She was very adamant that she needed me to be on the album, and I actually favored that track. I believed it was good to have the ability to bridge that world, since Jack [Antonoff] and I work collectively and so do Jack and Taylor.”

Final week Del Rey launched her second Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Below Ocean Blvd track “A&W”. Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Below Ocean Blvd will observe her 2021 album Blue Banisters, and have 16 songs in complete. It additionally contains contributions from Father John Misty, Tommy Genesis, Jon Batiste and Bleachers.

Earlier this week Caroline Polachek mentioned assembly Del Rey “when she was nonetheless Lizzy”, and stated she actually admires her.