Paris-born, French-Algerian artist Lolo Zouaï immigrated to San Francisco, California with her family as a young child. Her taste in music, which includes 90's R&B and West Coast Hip-Hop, was heavily influenced by the Bay Area’s musical melting pot.
The 22-year-old singer-songwriter released her breakout single, “High Highs to Low Lows”, at the end of Sept. 2017, which has since racked up millions of plays across streaming platforms - and was selected as the first track on a few 'Best of the Year' playlists.
Lolo Zouaï followed up the success of ‘High Highs to Low Lows’ with her latest single, “Blue”, released Jan. 17th, 2018. In its first week, “Blue” has over 200,000 streams across all streaming platforms.
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. She was also selected by Milk Studios as 2018's 'Most Likely to Make a Name for Herself'. You can read Milk's feature HERE.
Lolo Zouaï is 100% independent, and has been working with a small creative team from KidSuper Studios as she finishes her debut EP - due out later this year.