If statistics are to be believed, Lana Del Rey is the most significant new female singer/songwriter to emerge in the 2010s.
She furthers her claim to that title by securing her fourth No.1 album in five releases, with Norman Fucking Rockwell! – on which she co-wrote all but one of the 14 songs – opening atop the chart.
Although Taylor Swift – whose Lover dips 1-3 (16,957 sales) to accommodate Del Rey’s - shares top billing among female solo artists, ...
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