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Lorde dropped a surprise mini-album of 'Solar Power' tracks in the Maori language
by Rachel Treisman
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19 November 2021
On 19 November 2021 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
The New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde has dropped a surprise EP of five tracks from her 'Solar Power' album, re-recorded in the indigenous Maori language. The EP is called 'Te Ao Marama,' meaning 'world of light.' Its release comes just weeks after that of Lorde's latest studio album and days ahead of New Zealand's Maori Language Week [13th to the 19th September 2021].
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... Proceeds of the EP will go to two New Zealand-based charities, Forest And Bird and Te Hua Kawariki Charitable Trust.
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