Boy George covers Lana Del Rey's 'Video Games' – listen

The former Culture Club vocalist reinterprets the 'Born To Die' single

Boy George covers Lana Del Rey's 'Video Games' – listen

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Boy George has covered Lana Del Rey's 2011 hit single, 'Video Games'.

The former Culture Club singer's own take on the 'Born To Die' song was produced by Kevan Frost and comes with a seaside-shot video directed by Mike Nicholls, which you can watch by scrolling down.

Boy George recently spoke out in support of Frank Ocean, who opened up about his sexuality, suggesting that he is gay or bisexual. The singer and Odd Future affiliate stated in a post on his Tumblr that his first love was a man.

Boy George took to Twitter to express his support, writing:

Meanwhile, Lana Del Rey recently unveiled the video for 'Summertime Sadness'.

The promo, which stars Del Rey and actress Jaime King – the wife of the video's director Kyle Newman - cuts together happy scenes between the pair, who are depicted as warring lovers, and moments of turmoil.

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