The cartoon will be launched with the third Major Lazer album, a follow-up to 2013’s ‘Free the Universe.’
The songs, apparently recorded/released around May 2012, when Lorde was 15, are off an album called Characters.
Cows — they’re just like us!
The GRAMMY winning singer/songwriter will also have the soundtrack’s lead single.
White’s take on Lorde follows recent stabs at songs by Jay Z, Kanye West and Metallica.
Diplo has just released his wobbly take on Lorde’s Pure Heroine second single, “Tennis Court,” titled the “Andre Agassi Remix.”
“Foil,” the third video from Yankovic’s brand new Mandatory Fun, tackles what happens to food after it’s taken home. And the Illuminati.
Among those a little less than thrilled with Lorde’s inclusion is current Billboard cover star Iggy Azalea.
“I wrote the last album about that world which was the suburb where I grew up and populated by my friends and people who were really familiar to me,” she said. “Now I’m in a different place every day and I’m with new people every day and it’s a different vibe.”
“Hopefully they can hear the show out here,” he tweeted. “We’ll play loud.”
She has also announced make-up dates in Australia for shows she had to postpone due to illness.
He wasn’t in attendance, but that didn’t stop Justin Timberlake from having a pretty solid night at the Billboard Music Awards.
“She like tweeted us and said, ‘If you need any help or you’re kind of overwhelmed, talk to me. I’ve been through it,'” Georgia told Radio.com about her first run-in with fellow Kiwi, Lorde.
Like so many years before this, fans will have to make some tough decision when it comes to who they want to see at any given time across all eight stages throughout the three-day festival.
In the tweet, Lorde posts a photo of Simon Runt and writes, “this man has been stalking me, photographing me and refusing me privacy. i am scared of him. he frequents central akl (Auckland).”