Lolo Zouaï grew up in San Francisco, before following her ambitions to New York.
An artist in perpetual search for inspiration, she knows that a song - or even just a lyric - can appear at any point.
So when she began singing something new in a taxi, Lolo rushed to record it, letting it linger in her head on the journey home.
New single 'For The Crowd' is the result. Beautifully composed future soul, it pits 90s R&B against Bay Area hip-hop production.
A divine vocal with a gritty beat, 'For The Crowd' seems to epitome the addictive contradiction that is Lolo Zouaï. She explains:
““For the Crowd” started as a voice note I recorded in an Uber pool after going to a concert. I came into the studio the next day and played it for Stelios... he loved it. We quickly found the chords and wrote the first draft in an hour. It was a real moment.”
Tune in now.
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