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Lana Del Rey links up with The Weeknd on their third collaboration to date. Following “Prisoner” and “Stargirl Interlude,” the two rekindle the flame on the sexy and ethereal duet “Lust for Life.”

“Take off all your clothes,” sings Lana before Abel joins in: “They say only the good die young / That just ain’t right / ‘Cause we’re having too much fun / Too much fun tonight.”

During an interview with BBC Radio 1, Lana spoke about her latest collaboration with The Weeknd. “We’ve done a couple songs already for his record, and we’ve been saying that my next record, whenever it came out, we really wanted to do something,” she said, “so I just thought he would be great for this song.”

“Lust for Life” is the title track off Del Rey’s fifth studio album, due later this year.

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