Lorde has just been banned in San Francisco. That is, until the World Series is over.
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).”
Even though Lorde’s been telling the story of how Kansas City Royal third baseman, George Brett, inspired her hit song, she hadn’t gotten a chance to meet her muse. That is until now.
The Boss didn’t just play the teen’s GRAMMY-award winning track, he opened his second-ever gig in New Zealand with it. Because Lorde may be Queen Bee, but Bruce will always be The Boss.
Last month, Lorde teased that she’d be teaming up with Disclosure at the 2014 Brit Awards. And last night (Feb. 19), fans finally got to see the end result.
In new interview with V Magazine, Lorde has made the shocking request that radio stations stop playing “Royals.”
Lorde has earned love and support from America, but her heart will always belong to New Zealand. And her motherland returned the favor, by having her back when the Lorde birthers come out swinging.
“I think one of the first lines I wrote from that song,” Lorde told Radio.com, “which was, ‘We’re driving Cadillacs in our dreams,’ was in a diary that I had when I was like 11 or 12, so young.”
Raekwon leaves the track untouched for the most part, aside from adding a few of his own verses that sort of counteract Lorde’s original critiques of excessively indulgent musicians.
Looking like a ’90s riot girl in her babydoll dress, New Zealand singer-songwriter Ella Yelich-O’Connor (aka Lorde) kept things laidback for her hit “Royals” and got a little riled up for new song, “White Teeth Teens.”
Lorde talks about how she wrote her hit song, “Royals,” in an hour, loving HAIM and having no idea who Stone Temple Pilots are.
“So much has happened in my life and I really want the album to reflect those changes and experiences,” she said.
In the follow-up to “Royals” (now at No. 3 on the Hot 100), Lorde is speaking up for the underdog.
Lorde hasn’t even released a proper album yet, but she’s already reached No. 1. Universal announced today that the album would be out Sept. 30.
With the breakout song “Royals,” 16-year-old New Zealand native Lorde has crashed the international music scene, now earning American radio play with moody and minimal melodies driven by the power of her soaring, intimate vocals.