Lorde Biography, Age, Family, Height, Marriage, Salary, Net Worth, Education, Career

Lorde Biography

Lorde is a renown New Zealand singer, songwriter, and record producer, best known for her studio album, Melodrama. When she was a teenager, she was signed to Universal Music Group and later worked with record producer and songwriter Joel Little.

Lorde Birthday and Age

Lorde was born as Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor on the 7th of November, 1996, in Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand. The birth sign is Scorpio.

Lorde Family

Lorde was born as Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor to both parents in Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand. She is the daughter of Vic O’Connor (father) and Sonja Yelich (mother). Her father works as a civil engineer, whereas her mother is a poet. She has a brother named Angelo Yelich O’Conner and two sisters, namely India Yelich O’Conner, Jerry Yelich O’Conner.

Lorde Height and Weight

Lorde has a height of 5 feet and 5 inches (1.65 meters) and a bodyweight of 61kg.

Lorde Marriage

Lorde was dating James Lowe, a photographer. The two started dating in 2013, but in 2016, they ended their relationship. After the separation, she met Justin Warren and started dating him. It was rumoured that Lorde and Justin had a secret engagement because she is seen wearing a ring in her left hand. However, she never approved the rumour as to whether they were true or false, and, therefore, it is publicly not known whether the couple is still together or not.

Lorde Children

Lorde has not yet disclosed any information regarding her children. It is, therefore, unknown whether he has any child or not. This section is under review and shall be updated once the info is available.

Lorde Education

Lorde attended Vauxhall School and then joined the Belmont Intermediate School. From 2010 to 2013, she studied at Takapuna Grammar School while working on her music.

Lorde Career

Lorde began her career as a teenager in 2009 when she was signed to Universal Music Group (UMG) and later worked with record producer and songwriter Joel Little. At the age of 16, she released her first EP, called The Love Club EP, and Royals was her first single to be released. Therefore, she made the youngest solo performer achieve a #1 single on the US Billboard Got 100 since 1987.
In 2010, Lorde alongside her friend, Louis McDonald, performed live at various venues. In 2011, UMG hired Dickinson to give Lorde music lessons, where she started writing songs. Her music features multiple subgenres such as indietronica, art pop, and dream pop. In 2013, she released another studio album titled Pure Heroine that consisted of singles such as Tennis Court, Team, No Better, and Glory and Gore. The album was ranked at number three on the US Billboard 200.
In November 2013, she signed a contract with Songs Music Publishing. In September 2014, she released her single called Yellow Flicker Beat for the Hunger Games album: Mockingly-Part 1. Later on the 2nd of March, 2017, Lorde revealed that her album’s title would be Melodrama.
On the 9th of March, the same year, she released the album’s single called Liability, but the album itself was released on the 16th of June, 2017. She has won several awards in her music career, including ten New Zealand Music Awards and two Granny Awards. In 2013, she was placed on Time’s list of Most Influential Teenagers in the World.

Lorde Awards and Nominations

  • Ten New Zealand Music Awards
  • Two Granny Awards
  • APRA Silver Scroll Award
  • International Achievement Award
  • Best New Artist in the iHeartRadio Music Awards
  • She was placed in Time’s list of Most Influential Teenagers in the World

Lorde Salary

Details regarding her salary are publicly unavailable. However, we are reviewing this section, and we shall update it once the information is available.

Lorde Net Worth

Lorde has an estimated net worth of $12 million.


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