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Lana Del Rey has made a large impression on the Billboard singles charts with her latest single, "West Coast." The song entered into the Billboard single charts at No. 17. The single was made available after Rey premiered it during her performance at the Coachella music festival.
Billboard reported that the single charted even higher when it came to digital downloads. The song has sold over 118,000 downloads and reached No. 6 on the digital charts. "Coast" is also posting strong numbers when it comes to streaming, it garnered 2.7 million streams for this week.
The only chart that "Coast" has not made an appearance on is the airplay chart. Interscope Records is currently not promoting the song for radio play yet.
This is the first single off of her upcoming album, Ultraviolence, which is set to come out later this year.
Variety added that Del Rey will also be featured on the upcoming soundtrack to Disney's Maleficent. Rey is featured putting her own spin on the classic "Once Upon a Dream."
Watch the music video for "West Coast" here: