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In the third week of my first summer in Los Angeles — when I was 17 — we wrote ["Purpose"] together. And as a result of that, I left school and moved across the country and have been working on music every day since. This song opened so many doors for me. I named the album Purpose. And the reason why I named it Purpose was because for a while there I feel like I lost my purpose and I feel like I found my purpose again. So just … that message to say no matter how far you feel like you are away from yourself or you feel like you don't have your purpose or you don't know what your purpose is, or you feel like you lost your purpose, there's always room to find that purpose again.
The New Zealand native — real name Ella Yelich-O'Connor — was just 16 when she released Pure Heroine, a widely acclaimed pop culture critique and snapshot of suburban youth.
But after a dizzying rise to fame and a painful breakup, she knew her next album had to come from closer to the heart. With the help of producer Jack Antonoff and a team of studio veterans, Lorde channeled heartbreak and loneliness into the deeply personal LP Melodrama.
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Here, Lorde and key collaborators recount the making of Melodrama. It kind of takes a second, I learned, to write your way out of the record you just made. There was a real hit of, like, "I just don't have another one. It could never be good enough.
Working with [producer Jack Antonoff] opened me up to feeling a lot; he was the perfect person to help me do that.
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I was like, "Let's just gather around a piano and see how you're feeling, and see what has happened to you since your last album that's really worth sharing. It opened up a big space, which was, "OK, there's a way that you can talk about all of these things that have changed, and it's not going to put you on an island. The first record was "we" and "us. But there are guitars on this album, there are all these analog-based instruments. It's not about minimalism anymore; it's this bigger, broader thing.
It's a very different album in terms of the palette of sounds.
I think that started by the fact that we wrote the album sitting around a piano. I bought it from an NYU professor. Because they were working literally next door to me — upstairs at [Electric Lady Studios] — the proximity was obviously really close.
One of the coolest parts of working on this album was watching the songs come into existence. Jack and Ella are both super creative and very honest songwriters and it was thrilling to watch stories or conversations turn into songs that I absolutely love. In the first part, it's very much like the party's in full swing, and maybe sort of tipping over into that area where it might be a little too much, and then ["Sober II Melodrama "] is sort of singing from the perspective of the deflated room.
There's such a sadness to the lights being on after a party, you know, this whole room has sort of been washed in this dark, and to see the corners of the room again can always be a little bit heartbreaking. The title song is really simple. It's not complex, and it wasn't a huge mixing process.
But the clarity of the vocals and the simplicity of the track — you need a great artist to do that. I think [Lorde] did it really well.
It was a big moment. There was a night that we really cracked the code on "Green Light. We went and saw someone play at the Barclays Center, and there was all this jangly piano going on. It sounded like someone banging on a piano. We went home and started to put that in, and that's when it started to make sense. The album was mixed by a few different engineers, all with very different styles, so tying it all together to feel like an album was a bit challenging. There was a lot of forwards and backwards on the album.
I would finish mixes, and then productions would change. So it was a tricky balance of being flexible while remaining creative. We labored over every little sound, every word. To a level that I think people would never even pick up on. Inhe was convicted of assault and sentenced to 90 days in prison. Inhe was charged with assault but had the case dismissed that sounds familiar. The Daily Mail also reports that since certain criminal records can be expunged after a period of time, there may be even more ugly truths we don't know about anymore.
His romantic life Jeremy Bieber has three children from his previous relationships. He had Justin with Pattie Mallette. He also had Jaxon and Jazmyn with his ex-wife, Erin Wagner. He left Mallette when Justin was 13 months old, leaving her to raise him as a single mom and forcing her to rely on food banks to feed her and their son.
He's now engaged to year-old Chelsey Rebelo. It could be worse, but pretty much every woman involved with Jeremy Bieber could do better.
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Alleged animal abuse TMZ reports that Justin purchased this adorable bulldog puppy named Karma for his father in Karma needed training, which Jeremy never bothered getting him. Fast forward a year later: Jeremy saw the dog allegedly bite his son Jaxon. Instead of responding reasonably, Jeremy allegedly hurled the dog out of a second-story window into a snowbank.
He left the dog with trainer Trevor Dvernichuk and told him to keep Karma until he was properly socialized…and never came back for the dog ever again. Dvernichuk told sources that Jeremy abandoned the dog, which he denied, "pitching a fit," and threatening a lawsuit.
Dvernichuk told TMZ that while he's concerned for the dog's welfare, he's willing to turn Karma over to avoid legal drama. Court records say tiles were destroyed, plumbing was wrecked after someone flushed a hairbrush down a toilet dude, seriously? Justin also allegedly pays Jeremy's apartment rent so that he'll never have to work in the city.