In a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Lana Del Rey revealed that her voice is “all over” the first version of Taylor Swift‘s “Snow On The Beach,” responding to her fans’ claim that they couldn’t hear her voice on the track.
Del Rey said in the interview that she actually had a huge role in the first iteration of the song. “That was actually the song Taylor wanted me to sing on. If I think someone’s song is perfect, I will act as a producer in it,” she explained. “I can mimic almost anyone, so I am all over the first version of ‘Snow on the Beach.’ I layer and match her vocals perfectly, so you would never even know that I was completely all over that first song. She wanted me to sing the whole thing, but if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Swift released “Snow on the Beach (Feat. More Lana Del Rey),” an updated version of the first one, in May. The track highlights Del Rey more, as she sings the entire second verse.
The original version of “Snow on the Beach” earned Del Rey her highest ranking on the all genre Billboard Hot 100, debuting at No 4. The song spent a total of six weeks on the tally.
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