NYC-based songstress Lolo Zouaï (pronounced Zoo-Eye) immigrated to San Francisco from Paris as a young child. With her soft yet powerful voice, the 23-year-old artist-producer turns the mundane into divine poetry, weaving everyday stories and sentiments into powerful songs that blend glossy ’90s R&B and Bay Area hip-hop with her Franco-Algerian roots.
Zouaï released her breakout single, High Highs to Low Lows, at the end of 2017, which received millions of plays across streaming platforms - and was selected as the number one track on Spotify's Fresh Finds Best of 2017. “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 the success of ‘High Highs to Low Lows’ with a series of self-released singles and music videos. She recently completed her debut tour across 4 different countries, selling out every show. She’ll be touring again this Fall with Alina Baraz on the West Coast, followed by a European headline tour in November & December.In 2017, Lolo received the Songwriters Hall of Fame Abe Olman award for excellence in songwriting and landed her first major writing placement on H.E.R. Vol.2 with the song Still Down. Lolo Zouaï remains independent, and has been working with a small creative team from KidSuper Studios.
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