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Grammy Awards 2014: Lorde, a phenomenon in the midst of the music world?

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When the Grammy Awards 2014 opens tonight, there is someone fairly new to watch. She's a young adult who has a different style music that folks really like. The Grammy Awards Show has a new phenomenon in their midst and she’s only 17-years old. Lorde is nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo for Royals, according to New York Daily News on Jan. 26.

Think about “Royals” and how many people loved that song this year. Both young and old were listening to this simple, but haunting song that spoke some truth about everyone’s life. When Lorde showed up for the pre-Grammy Universal Music Brunch, she was alongside some of the greats, but she was as cool as a cucumber!

She doesn’t act like the typical superstar, but she is and her music has not just captured one generation, her songs are listened to by many different age groups.

Lorde and her song “Royals” has to play a big part in tonight’s Grammy Awards. Even though she’s up against some heavy hitters, it would almost imaginable that she wouldn't get the recognition she deserves in the form of a Grammy.

Many would agree she should win in all three categories she’s nominated for. The New York Daily News has Lorde as one of the four acts that stand out for tonight’s Grammys.

Daft Punk, Bruno Mars and Maclemore & Ryan Lewis and Lorde are part of the “dogfight” at the Grammys tonight, claims the Daily News.

Tune into the Grammy Awards 2014 CBS tonight, Sunday, Jan. 26 at 8 p.m. EST to see who walks away the big winner. For now it looks like Lordes has the edge on the win with her song Royals pushing her ahead of the rest!

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