Lana Del Rey puts up a unique billboard to promote her new album and it’s in her ex’s hometown

Lana Del Rey puts up just ONE billboard to promote her new album – and that’s in her ex’s hometown: ‘It’s. In person.’

Lana Del Rey shared a post on her private Instagram account on Tuesday featuring a selfie of her and the unique billboard she’d put up to promote her new album.

The 37-year-old singer had the billboard for her ninth studio album put up in her ex’s hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

‘To be. Personally,” the sultry singer wrote in her caption.

Throwing shade: Lana Del Rey shared a post on her private Instagram letting her fans know that only one billboard had been put up to promote her new album, and that billboard happened to be in her ex Sean Larkin’s hometown

Fans speculated that Del Rey was throwing shade at her ex-boyfriend Sean Larkin.

The Summertime Sadness singer dated the actor and police officer from September 2019 to March 2020.

Larkin was a reality TV star on the Emmy Award-winning documentary series on A&E.

The couple made their first public appearance together at the Pre-Grammy Gala in January 2020.

Sharing her feelings: The Young and Beautiful singer commented on the post that it was personal to her to put up the billboard in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Sharing her feelings: The Young and Beautiful singer commented on the post that it was personal to her to put up the billboard in Tulsa, Oklahoma

In a New York Times profile of Larkin, he said, “We’re still talking and stuff, we just have busy schedules now.”

The beauty deactivated her main Instagram account in 2021 and has since created a private account with the username @honeymoon where she shared the photo of the billboard.

Usually artists promote their albums in big cities like New York and Los Angeles, but instead the superstar decided to have only one in Tulsa.

New Music: The beauty shared that her ninth studio album will be released on March 10, 2023 and will be titled Did You Know That There's A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd;  seen in 2020

New Music: The beauty shared that her ninth studio album will be released on March 10, 2023 and will be titled Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd; seen in 2020

On Monday, Del Rey announced the release date for her ninth studio album and debuted the title track Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd.

The singer revealed that the album will be released on March 10 and also shared the cover of the album.

Del Rey wrote the title track with Mike Hermosa and she co-produced it with longtime collaborators Jack Antonoff, Drew Erickson and Zach Dawes.

New album: Del Rey, on display in Beverly Hills last month, announced the release date of her ninth studio album on Wednesday

New album: Del Rey, on display in Beverly Hills last month, announced the release date of her ninth studio album on Wednesday

The cover of the album showed Del Rey in a black and white image resting her head in one hand with bows in her hair.

Did you know There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd features songs with artists like Jon Batiste, Antonoff’s Bleachers, Father John Misty, Judah Smith, Tommy Genesis and SYML.

Antonoff on the cover was also listed as producer along with Hermosa, Erickson and Dawes.

The new album was made available for pre-order on Del Rey’s website on Wednesday, along with alternative cover vinyl editions.

Album cover: The cover of the album showed Del Rey in a black and white image holding her head in one hand with bows in her hair

Album cover: The cover of the album showed Del Rey in a black and white image holding her head in one hand with bows in her hair

The title track was typically Del Rey with moody lyrics about wanting to be remembered and also referenced Harry Nilsson’s 1974 song Don’t Forget Me.

Del Rey released her eighth studio album Blue Banisters in October 2021, just seven months after the release of her seventh studio album Chemtrails Over The Country Club in March 2021.

The New York City resident revealed in October that her laptop, cameras and hard drives were recently stolen and she was forced to delete a book she was working on.

Title Track: The title track was typically Del Rey with moody lyrics about wanting to be remembered and also referenced Harry Nilsson's 1974 song Don't Forget Me

Title Track: The title track was typically Del Rey with moody lyrics about wanting to be remembered and also referenced Harry Nilsson’s 1974 song Don’t Forget Me

She urged her followers on Instagram not to listen to leaked music or look at personal photos.

Del Rey could be heard on the Taylor Swift song Snow On The Beach that came out in October.

Snow On The Beach debuted at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming her highest entry on the chart.

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