Lana Del Rey starting over again after singer’s laptop containing new album stolen

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - MARCH 25: Lana del Rey performs during Lollapaloosa Sao Paulo 2018 at the Interlagos racetrack on March 25, 2018 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photo by Alexandre Schneider/Getty Images)

Lana Del Rey, Taylor Swift’s newest collaborator and beloved singer, took to social media a day before the release of “Midnights” to inform her fans of some unfortunate news.

While everyone expects Del Rey to perform a Taylor Swift song on “Snow On The Beach” tomorrow, October 21, her fans may have to wait a little longer to hear the songstress’ new music.

Lana Del Rey revealed in an Instagram Live that her laptop, among other items, was stolen after her car was recently broken into. The contents of the car – music for her upcoming album!

Aside from the new music, a 200-page manuscript of a book she has been working on for Simon & Schuster was stolen from the laptop, camcorders, and hard drive.

Del Rey opened up:

“Please don’t listen to the music if you hear it because it’s not coming out yet. And in terms of the book, I loved the book that I lost with all of my heart and put a lot of passion into it. And in terms of the camcorders, we shall see what happens with that.”

Unfortunately, the “Norman F*cking Rockwell” hitmaker revealed that she could not save a backup copy of the manuscript, forcing her to restart.

In terms of music, the 37-year-old singer remotely erased the contents of her laptop. She did, however, mention that she had noticed that some of the songs were being released online. As a result, fans are urged not to listen to it until it is officially released.

Swifties banded together earlier this week to bury the leaks of Taylor Swift’s “Midnights.” Although the source was unknown, many people could conceal the leaks on social media by releasing clickbait videos and memes to replace older tweets with newer ones.

Lana Del Rey is a featured artist on Taylor Swift’s newest song, “Snow on the Beach,” which is included in the “Midnights.” album.

Although it has not been confirmed whether the song will receive a music video, Swifties believe it will be the second song from the new album to receive a music video.

“Midnights” will be available on select music streaming platforms at midnight on October 21, 2022.