stevie nicks has reportedly recorded a duet with lana del rey

What's that saying about meeting your heroes? Never mind.

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27 April 2017, 5:03am

While we're still in the dark re: the release date of Lana Del Rey's Lust for Life, we have learned something about the record which makes the indefinite wait feel totally worthwhile. Stevie Nicks will appear on the album to sing a duet with Lana, according to a Pitchfork report

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Lana, of course, has drawn much inspiration from the Fleetwood Mac singer over the course of her career. Reviewers have pointed out the similarities between Lana's "move baby, move baby" West Coast refrain and Steve's Nicks's Edge of Seventeen "Ooh baby, Ooh baby," and they've even worked with the same legendary producer, Rick Nowels. He penned a huge hit with both women: Summertime Sadness with Lana, and I Can't Wait with Stevie. We imagine getting the pair in the studio together would create something very special. 

Last week Lana shared another collaboration from the album, this time with the Weeknd. The song, Lust for Life, veered in a different direction than the record's first single, Love, so there's no telling where Stevie might take Lana's sound — but we're eager to find out.

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