Exclusive Berlin Show
Lolo Zouaï, singer, songwriter and producer, has become a globally acclaimed pop phenomenon. More than 250 million streams, a sold-out headline tour of 14 countries, support on Dua Lipa's American tour, share of H.E.R.'s Grammy for Best R'n'B Album, for which she wrote "Still Down." Things are going very very well for Lolo Zouaï. Her second work "Playgirl" is again celebrated.Despite the modern and versatile pop appeal, it became a concept album. The 27-year-old singer rolls out the red carpet of her life and tells a story all her own in the vulnerable, digital, futuristic yet retro, playful and interconnected tracks.
"Once I had that revelation - that my album could be like my life itself - it unlocked an entirely new outlook on making music for me."
It all started, she says, with the track "Room," a glimpse into her brain. From that, Lolo Zouaï developed the three parts of the record, which together make up a character and are all rooted in Zouaï's biography: the Dreamgirl, the introspective part of the inner child; the Partygirl, who follows the old R'n'B of the debut in a very classic way; and the Playgirl, the harder new me. It's clear that these roles sound musically different, but also run into each other and merge. All three people add up to the whole picture and make "Playgirl" a fantastic and trend-setting record that, we loosely dare to predict, will make Lolo Zouaï the coming mega-star of electronic pop.
If you want to experience all this live, you absolutely have to visit her exclusive Berlin show.