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In 2011, [[Lana Del Rey]] was signed by Stranger Records and released her debut single, "[[Video Games (song)|Video Games]]". The song won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song. Her second single, "[[Born to Die (song)|Born to Die]]", won the UK Music Video Award for Best International Pop Video in 2012. ''[[Born to Die (album)|Born to Die]]'', Del Rey's second studio album, was released in early 2012, and was the year's fifth best-selling album worldwide. As of January 2016, it has sold more than eight million copies. She won the Brit Award for International Breakthrough Act, the ''Q'' Award for Next Big Thing, and the ''GQ'' Award for Woman of the Year in 2012. In late 2012, ''Born to Die'' was re-packaged with the extended play, ''[[Paradise (EP)|Paradise]]'', as ''Born to Die - The Paradise Edition.''
 
In 2011, [[Lana Del Rey]] was signed by Stranger Records and released her debut single, "[[Video Games (song)|Video Games]]". The song won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song. Her second single, "[[Born to Die (song)|Born to Die]]", won the UK Music Video Award for Best International Pop Video in 2012. ''[[Born to Die (album)|Born to Die]]'', Del Rey's second studio album, was released in early 2012, and was the year's fifth best-selling album worldwide. As of January 2016, it has sold more than eight million copies. She won the Brit Award for International Breakthrough Act, the ''Q'' Award for Next Big Thing, and the ''GQ'' Award for Woman of the Year in 2012. In late 2012, ''Born to Die'' was re-packaged with the extended play, ''[[Paradise (EP)|Paradise]]'', as ''Born to Die - The Paradise Edition.''
   
In 2013, Del Rey won the Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist, as well as the Echo Awards for Best International Female Artist Rock/Pop and Best International Newcomer. She also recorded the song "Young and Beautiful" for the soundtrack of the 2013 film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's ''The Great Gatsby'', which won the Satellite Award for Best Original Song.
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In 2013, Del Rey won the Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist, as well as the ECHO Awards for Best International Female Artist Rock/Pop and Best International Newcomer. She also recorded the song "Young and Beautiful" for the soundtrack of the 2013 film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's ''The Great Gatsby'', which won the Satellite Award for Best Original Song.
   
At the 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards, Del Rey won the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Alternative. In November, 2015, Del Rey won the ''Billboard'' Trailblazer Award, becoming the second individual to ever win it nominations. In February, 2016, Del Rey received the "Best Female Artist of the Year" award from The ''Elle'' Style Awards by ''Elle'' magazine.
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At the 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards, Del Rey won the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Alternative. In November, 2015, Del Rey won the ''Billboard'' Trailblazer Award, becoming the second individual to ever win it nominations. In February, 2016, Del Rey received the "Best Female Artist of the Year" award from The ELLE Style Awards by ELLE Magazine.
   
 
In total, Del Rey has won 15 awards from 59 nominations.
 
In total, Del Rey has won 15 awards from 59 nominations.
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==''Billboard'' Women in Music==
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==''Billboard'' Women In Music==
 
''Billboard'' Women in Music is an annual event held by ''Billboard'' to honor influential female artists and music executives. Del Rey has received one award.
 
''Billboard'' Women in Music is an annual event held by ''Billboard'' to honor influential female artists and music executives. Del Rey has received one award.
 
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==Echo Awards==
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==ECHO Awards==
The Echo Awards are held annually by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie. Del Rey has won two awards from five nominations.
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The ECHO Awards are held annually by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie. Del Rey has won two awards from five nominations.
 
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==''Elle'' Style Awards==
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==''ELLE'' Style Awards==
''Elle'' Style Awards are held anually by ''Elle'' magazine. Del Rey has won one award.
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''ELLE'' Style Awards are held anually by ''ELLE'' magazine. Del Rey has won one award.
 
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