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PHOTOS: Dawson's Creek stars -- then and now Williams, for her part, kept her relationship with the hipster, 38, extremely tight-lipped.
One of the very few times they were photographed together was back in June taking a walk in the rain in Brooklyn.
She'd give me a mixture of kid and adult books too, there weren't really any books I wasn't allowed to read. There, they performed covers of Pixie Lott's "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" and Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody".
Mc Donald's father Ian sent both his home audio recording of her and Louis Mc Donald covering Duffy's song "Warwick Avenue" and his home video recording of the pair singing Pixie Lott's "Mama Do" to Universal Music Group (UMG)'s A&R Scott Maclachlan.
In December 2011, Mac Lachlan paired Lorde with Joel Little, a songwriter, record producer, and former Goodnight Nurse lead singer.
The pair recorded five songs for an EP at Little's Golden Age Studios in Morningside, Auckland, and finished within three weeks.
In November, she posted a note on her Facebook account stating: "Writing Pure Heroine was my way of enshrining our teenage glory, putting it up in lights forever so that part of me never dies, and this record – well, this one is about what comes next. The second single, "Perfect Places" was released on 2 June 2017.
Lorde's music consists of subgenres such as dream pop and indietronica.
In November 2013, Lorde signed a publishing deal with Songs Music Publishing, worth a reported US.5 million, after a bidding war between various companies, including Sony Music Entertainment and her label UMG.
The agreement gives the publisher the right to license Lorde's music for films and advertising.
"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.
Lorde's debut studio album Pure Heroine (2013) garnered positive reviews for her depiction of suburban adolescence; yielding the additional top-ten single "Team", it topped the national charts in New Zealand and Australia and reached number three on the US Billboard 200.