Alternative-pop favorite musician Lana Del Rey has just announced the upcoming release of her next album, which is currently titled Lasso.

The news was shared by Del Rey at Billboard’s Pre-Grammys event that took place on January 31, 2024, in Los Angeles, wherein the pop star mentioned the album and its release date of September 2024 while honoring her constant collaborator Jack Antonoff, who is nominated for his third consecutive Producer of the Year Grammy, on stage.

“If you can’t already tell by our award winners and our performers, the music business is going country. We’re going country. It’s happening. That’s why Jack has followed me to Muscle Shoals, Nashville, Mississippi, over the last four years”, shared Del Rey to those in attendance. Del Rey, acknowledging Antonoff’s remarkable talent, revealed that the culmination of their musical exploration is the upcoming album Lasso, which marks her tenth studio album.

This forthcoming release follows her 2023 album, “Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd,” which reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, as well as her 2021 albums, “Blue Banisters” and “Chemtrails Over The Country Club“. Late last December, Del Rey dropped a surprise cover of John Denver‘s “Take Me Home, Country Roads“, which has already amassed close to twenty million streams over a two-month period.

As Antonoff continues his successful streak, boasting eight Grammys in his collection, he is also vying for more accolades at the 66th annual Grammys, scheduled on February 4 (Sunday) in Los Angeles. His work on “Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd” and Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” have been nominated for several honors, while Del Rey herself has been nominated for four major awards at this year’s show –– including Album of the Year and Best Alternative Album (Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd); Song of the Year and Best Alternative Music Performance (A&W), and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (Candy Necklace feat. Jon Batiste).

Listen to Lana Del Rey’s rendition of Take Me Home, Country Roads below: