Lana Del Rey's 'Great Gatsby' Track 'Young & Beautiful' Hits The Web

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Lana Del Rey is presented with the award for Best International Female on stage at the Brit Awards on February 20, 2013 in London, England.

The soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann's forthcoming adaptation of "The Great Gatsby" will include a typically lush Lana Del Rey ballad, as the singer's "Young & Beautiful," the first single from the compilation, has officially hit the Web.

"Will you still love me when I'm no longer young and beautiful?" the singer asks with a hint of desperation on a track which nods to the insecurities at the heart of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic book. Like LDR staples "Video Games" and "Born To Die," "Young & Beautiful" positions the singer-songwriter's sweeping vocals front and center, with dreamy strings and canned percussion pulling her back to earth.

The "Great Gatsby" soundtrack, due out on May 7, was executive-produced by Jay-Z, and also features new music from, Beyonce, The xx and the Jiggaman himself. Florence & The Machine's "Over The Love" previewed the soundtrack last week.


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