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What's Happening - Lorde

Gennaio 2014
Classe 1996, Lorde è una cantautrice neozelandese. Il suo primo album si chiama Pure Heroine... un doppio senso degno di una moderna star!

di Mark Worden

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Speakers: Justin Ratcliffe (Standard British accent)


2013 was a great year for the young singer-songwriter from New Zealand, Lorde (real name Ella Yelich-O’Connor). In November Time magazine listed her as one of the “16 Most Influential Teens of 2013.”  It also reminded readers that Bill de Blasio used her song, “Royals,” during his campaign to become mayor of New York. Lorde later won four Grammy nominations; three for “Royals” (Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance) and one for her debut album, Pure Heroine, which was released by Universal at the end of September. This title is a clever play upon words. Normally the term “pure heroin” refers to the drug, while “pure heroine” describes an innocent heroine, presumably someone like Lorde...

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