Lorde Opens up on What She Misses Most About New Zealand

Grammy award-profitable New Zealand celebrity Lorde turned well known with her music “Royals” in the states and won best pop solo performance and track of the year categories at the Grammys many thanks to the tune. She was only 15 when she recorded “Royals,” and has continued to develop hit following strike. Lorde grew up in New Zealand and has said that she misses daily life on the island. In this article are a few things the pop artist has talked about lacking about her homeland.

Here’s why Lorde suggests she misses New Zealand

Lorde attends the 2014 iHeartRadio Tunes Competition. | Isaac Brekken/Getty Photos for iHeartMedia

Acknowledged by her delivery title Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor, Lorde was born Nov. 7, 1996, in Takapuna, New Zealand. Her mother was a poet, a trait that was not shed on the younger girl. At the age of 12, Lorde was signed to a growth contract with Universal Audio Team right after an agent observed footage of her executing at a talent show. 

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