Singer, songwriter, producer Lolo Zouaï (zoo-eye) is the future sound of Pop. The 23-year-old artist embodies the character of the cities she has called home: Parisian attitude, Bay Area spirit and New York City hustle. This cultural blend coupled with a soft yet powerful voice has helped fuel Zouaï's rise since her breakout at the end of 2017, capturing the ears and hearts of the music community around the world.
Zouaï's 2017 release High Highs to Low Lows saw immediate commercial success with over 10MM streams worldwide, and earned the top track placement on Spotify's Fresh Finds Best of 2017 playlist. "It captures everything that was going on in my life at that point -- I think that's why people connected to it."
Zouaï followed up on the success of High Highs to Low Lows with a series of self-released singles and music videos, leading to collaborations with Blood Orange and Stelios -- the mastermind behind Young Thug and Elton John's 2018 collab High (feat. Elton John) -- as well as a Grammy nomination for her songwriting on H.E.R. The quality and consistency of releases compelled the industry to take notice with support from Zane Lowe, Ebro, and BBC Radio.
Having built a loyal following with a global footprint, Zouaï hit the road, embarking on a sold-out debut tour across four countries. She followed that up with a supporting spot on Alina Baraz's U.S. West Coast dates and ended 2018 with another European headline tour.
2019 promises to be Lolo's year.