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She has earned two Grammy Awards, a Brit Award and ten New Zealand Music Awards.In 2013, she was named among Time Her mother encouraged her to read a range of genres, which Lorde cited as a lyrical influence: "I guess my mum influenced my lyrical style by always buying me books. Anderson when I was six, and her giving me Salinger and Carver at a young age, and Janet Frame really young too." On 13 August 2009, Lorde and Mc Donald were invited in for a chat on Jim Mora's Afternoons show on Radio New Zealand."Royals" was released as Lorde's debut single in mid-2013, becoming an international crossover hit reaching number one in many charts, making her the youngest solo artist to achieve a number-one single on the US Billboard Hot 100 since 1987.
While responding to a fan on her Instagram account in August 2016, she said that the record had been written and they were in production stages.
Lorde was also part of the Belmont Intermediate School band Extreme; the band placed third in the North Shore Battle of the Bands finals at the Bruce Mason Centre, Takapuna, Auckland on 18 November 2009.
In 2010 Lorde and Mc Donald performed covers live on a regular basis as a duet called "Ella & Louis", playing at The Leigh Sawmill Cafe on 15 August, at Roasted Addiqtion Cafe in Kingsland on 20 August, at The Vic Unplugged at Victoria Theatre, Devonport on 27 October, and at Devonstock in Devonport on 12 December.
In a review for Consequence of Sound, Jon Hadusek details the minimal production on Lorde's music "allows [her] to sing any melody she wants, layering them over one another to create a choral effect". She has the presence and vocal development of singers more than twice her age.
Her voice isn't booming or overpowering, but rather mystifying and alluring, both floating on its own in a sea of reverb and digital blips and awash in an army of chorused overdubs." Noisey wrote that her melodic structures follow the mixolydian mode which is a common scale used in "blues-based and alternative rock".