Lana Del Rey Visits BBC Radio 1, Set to Channel Jackie O
On her way to a radio interview, Lana Del Rey took a moment to greet fans and sign a few construction workers' hard hats before walking into the BBC Radio 1 studios in London, England on Thursday (June 21).
Hiding one hand behind her back, the "Video Games" singer strutted down the sidewalk in black Chanel flats, skinny jeans and a navy zip-up jacket which she wore over a peach blouse while carrying a white designer handbag.
It was just discovered that Lana will channel Jacqueline Kennedy in her latest music video for "National Anthem" after Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky (who's featured in the hit) told press, "Some swag sh*t," explaining, "I play JFK, she plays Jackie O. It's some cool trippy shit, some real 2015 sh*t. People are gonna get it in like three years, and that's the whole purpose of it."
Rocky also talked about why his collaborative song with Lana, "Ridin'" (formerly titled "My B*tch"), is being held for his own record instead of debuting on the mixtape from the Kickdrums like originally planned, saying, "Let me tell you the situation behind that. Lana's right now about like six months pregnant with my son, so the Kickdrums, they can't be having me and my baby's mom on the same track on they album," the rapper joked before adding a quick "just kidding."
Enjoy the pictures of Lana Del Rey arriving at BBC Radio 1 Studios in London (June 21).