Diplo has just released his wobbly take on Lorde’s Pure Heroine single, “Tennis Court.”
“Foil,” the third video from Yankovic’s brand new Mandatory Fun, tackles what happens to food after it’s taken home. Oh, and the Illuminati.
Among those a little less than thrilled with Lorde’s inclusion is current Billboard cover star Iggy Azalea.
Lorde is back in the studio working on the followup to 2013′s GRAMMY nominated album Pure Heroine, and in an interview with BBC she promises a “totally different” album than her debut.
After a rapturously received set at this year’s Coachella festival, Lorde has announced a string of North American tour dates for this fall.
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).”
Lorde isn’t one to keep her opinions to herself. Either is Iggy Azalea for that matter. So when the “Royal” singer felt Azalea was being treated unfairly, she decided to take to her Tumblr.
Lorde is having a very fashionable moment.
Can’t check out the Boston Calling festival in May? Well, you’re in luck, the fest has announced another set of dates this fall.
Lorde is taking some much needed time off. Doctor’s orders.
This year’s Austin City Limits Festival features a diverse lineup that includes Eminem, Pearl Jam, OutKast, Skrillex, Beck and Calvin Harris.
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.
“They spoke the truth, and people listened,” presenter Michael Stipe said. “This was not just pop music.”
Billboard announced today (April 9) the finalists for the 2014 Billboard Music Awards. Both Imagine Dragons and Lorde lead the nominations in 12 of the 40 award categories, with Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis following close behind with 11, 10 and eight noms respectively.
We already knew some of the headliners (Eminem, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex), but the official release revealed a few new acts on the bill including Foster the People, Lorde, Avett Brothers and the rest of the bill.
When Twitter first launched on March 21, 2006, no one really thought about their first tweet and what it would mean, historically speaking. Least of all musicians, who mostly use their first message to just announce to the world that they, in fact, just joined Twitter.
So who’s bringing the ChapStick?
The cover works so well it sounds like it was tailor-made for the show.
On the release day of his debut album ‘Blue Fin’, Lo-Fang played a small club beneath the the Tribeca Grand Hotel, pushing out his foggy R&B to a small crowd. The show was all his own.
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.
“What I’m going through is so abnormal and I feel like a lot of people at my level don’t write about it, because a lot of what we do is boring,” she said.
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.
Lorde gets a “Bored” tribute from a L.A. imrpov actor.
Who will walk away with GRAMMY gold at the 56th Annual awards? We rank the top 20 nominees.
After months of rumors and conjecture, it’s official: Coachella 2014 will be headlined by Arcade Fire, Muse and a reunited Outkast.
Another January day, another round of GRAMMY performer announcements. Metallica, Lorde, Katy Perry and Robin Thicke with Chicago will take the stage later this month.
“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.”
As Radio.com gears up for 2014 and even more stories from the world of music, we look back at some of the best, worst and most infamous stories of the year that still have us talking.
Lorde titled her debut LP Pure Heroine, a fine if not dangerous play on words, pairing the slink and sex of broken rock n’ roll dreams with a model of feminine power. Little did she know that “Pure Heroine” would be a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Lorde, the GRAMMY-nominated de facto rookie of the year with her ubiquitous song “Royals” and her remarkable debut LP Pure Heroine, will head out on a North American tour in the spring of 2014.