Lana Del Rey, an American singer-songwriter, is known for her cinematic style, distinctive voice, and atmospheric music that blends themes of melancholic romance, glamour, and melancholy. Her work often references pop culture, particularly 1950s and 1960s Americana, and is characterized by its exploration of tragic romance, glamour, and escapism. Her critically acclaimed album “Norman Fucking Rockwell!” released in 2019, is a quintessential representation of her artistic evolution and a standout in her discography. The album is named after the iconic American painter and illustrator Norman Rockwell, known for his depictions of everyday American life. This title sets the tone for the album’s exploration of the American dream and its discontents, a recurring theme in Del Rey’s work.