The "freestyle poetry" album will arrive as soon as January, with half the proceeds going to Native American organizations.
The award-winning songstress took to Instagram to announce the project, which will be a spin-off of her upcoming collection of poetry, "Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass."
Announced back in March, the book was described by Del Rey as "taking longer to hand bind than [she] thought," without revealing an official release date.
While the vocalist did not share more details about "Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass," she opened up about her upcoming new album, teasing a "gritty" project linked to "freestyle poetry."
"I knew I wanted the album to be around a dollar because I just love the idea that thoughts are meant to be shared and that they were priceless in some way. And there was a second part that I had been thinking of before releasing it, which was that I wanted half of what the spoken word album was going for to benefit Native American organizations around the country," she explained.
Del Rey added that the choice to donate to Native American organization was motivated by interrogations around her own family lineage, also noting that she "wanted to pay homage to the country that [she] loves so much by doing [her] own reparation."
The "Born to Die" vocalist pointed out that a new organization will benefit from the proceeds of the album for as long as it is for sale.
The yet-untitled project will arrive less than sixth months after Del Rey released her much-anticipated sixth studio opus, "Norman F***ing Rockwell!," on which she worked with renowned producer Jack Antonoff.
In other news, the hitmaker also recently dueted with country star Kacey Musgraves on "I'll Be Home for Christmas."
The cover appeared on the soundtrack to Musgraves' Amazon Prime Video holiday special, "The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show," which premiered on November 29.