At the beginning of 2022 Zoe Wees started her first European Tour, which will also stop at Berlin's Astra Kulturhaus in November. Since her musical breakthrough two years ago, her fans have loved Zoe Wees' songs and messages. Her debut single "Control" has currently gone gold and platinum in eleven countries, followed by top positions in European and US airplay charts. She made TV appearances at the 2021 American Music Awards - here as the first German artist ever - and on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on US television. More hits followed, including "Girls Like Us," "Hold Me Like You Used To" and the collaborative song "That's How It Goes" with Grammy-nominated R&B artist 6LACK.
Artists:inside such as Jessie J, Lewis Capaldi, Dean Lewis and Kygo are among Zoe's fans. The latter released his song "Love Me Now" with the singer in the summer of 2021, which Zoe wrote. The 20-year-old can also be particularly proud of her inclusion in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe Class 2021. An honor that only a few artists are granted. Her latest coup: the current summer hit "Do It Better," a collaboration with DJ and producer Felix Jaehn.
On stage she gives it her all: "At my last performance I had to cry" she tells with a grin, shrugging her shoulders. "That's just how I felt at that moment. I am 100 percent myself, always, and I love to express my feelings through my voice. When I sing, I just sing. I'm not thinking. It feels like when you suddenly wake up after the song is over and think to yourself, 'Oh, hi!" ". "Music will always be my mouthpiece," she says, closing her eyes to envision the future, "I'll never stop. Never."