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At just 16 years old, New Zealand pop singer Ella Yelich-O’Connor—d.b.a. Lorde—captured the top of the pop charts with the smart and wise-beyond-her-years single “Royals,” where she trashes modern pop and hip-hop’s obsession with materialism in favor of a world of love, friendship, and ideas. It’s the best Morrissey song he never wrote. Her earlier The Love Club EP primed audiences for what they’d be hearing, but nothing could prepare one for the actual excitement of her debut album’s best cuts. Lorde’s co-conspirator/producer/writer Joel Little ensures that songs like “Tennis Court,” “Ribs," and “Buzzcut Season” never lose their way. This is sharp, inspired pop music that knows how much fun it can be to play up to type and then spin things on their heads for a new conclusion.

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BEAUTIFUL:)

Beautiful, fresh, meaningful lyrics, amazing voice, love this!

I love how she doesn't always have a lot going on in the background, it's simply her BEAUTIFUL voice!

I love ribs!!!

ribs is the best!!!

Lorde is one of my favorites

She stands out from all of the other artists and I truly love her! Her style is amazing, her lyrics actually mean something, and the two songs I have (Tennis Court and Royals) are catchy!! Lorde really did a good job and I know she will be one of the unforgettable artists.

Biography

Born: November 7, 1996 in Auckland, New Zealand

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Emerging as a fully formed enigma from her native New Zealand in 2013, Lorde tapped into an untouched well of alienation, becoming the poster child for a generation who found refuge from the eternal excess of the 2010s by submerging themselves in moody art. "Royals," the hit single that made her an international phenomenon, became a genuine sensation, topping the charts in country after country and being covered by elder statesmen like Bruce Springsteen and Jack White, a move that functioned a bit...
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