In addition to posing for the Fall-Winter 2022 campaign, the French Algerian singer is also the star of a new music video. She recently sold out headline shows in 14 countries, including the UK, France, and Algeria. Here, we look at Her recent success and what makes her so unique. Then, we take a look at Her tour dates and music video.
Lolo Zouai’s debut album has sold out headline shows across 14 countries
Originally from Paris, France, singer and songwriter Lolo Zouai is making waves with her debut album. Born in Paris to Algerian parents, Zouai moved to the Sunset District of San Francisco at a young age. She grew up listening to Bay Area Hip-Hop and took piano and singing lessons in elementary school. After high school, Zouai moved to New York City where she co-wrote the acclaimed H.E.R. album.
Since the release of her self-titled debut album in 2016, the French singer has cultivated a global fan base. Her first headline tour sold out headline shows in four countries. She has since performed in support of Alina Baraz on U.S. West Coast dates and ended 2018 with a European headline tour. She’ll continue her tour throughout 2019, and 2019 promises to be a big year for Lolo.
Lolo’s debut album was released in April, garnering over 100 million streams worldwide. Since then, she has appeared in global campaigns for YSL and Tommy Hilfiger, and sold out headline shows across 14 countries. In October and November, Lolo toured with Alina Baraz, who is also a huge fan. Streaming her music and watching her live concert will provide you with all of the details.
Dua Lipa’s 2022 Future Nostalgia Tour will make 28 stops in the U.S. and will be joined by Lolo Zouai and Caroline Polachek. Tickets go on sale on Friday, Jan. 28 at 10 a.m. local time. Lolo Zouai is joining her in select North American dates.
She’s posed for Kenzo’s Fall-Winter 2022 campaign
Nigo, the founder of streetwear label A Bathing Ape, and singer Lolo Zouai pose for the new Kenzo campaign. Photographed by Thurstan Redding against iconic Paris locations, the ad features the ‘Fall-Winter 2022’ collection. The campaign will run through December 20. During the run, the brand will reveal a new creative story every month on its website and social media channels.
Founder Kenzo Takada founded his eponymous label in 1970, aiming to blend Asian traditions with Western styles. Takada stepped down as creative director in 1999 and the brand lost its identity. Fortunately, Takada returned to the brand in September after a seven-year absence. Nigo’s debut collection for the house was a triumph and a welcome change.
Her music video
The French-born pop singer-songwriter posed for the Fall-Winter 2022 campaign of fashion house Kenzo. The creative director behind the campaign was Nigo, a Japanese designer who founded the A Bathing Ape clothing line. The music video was shot in a village in Essaouira, Morocco. The gilded gilet Zouai wore in the video depicted the star’s longing to get back to her Algerian heritage.
Her tour dates
The French Algerian singer Lolo Zouái is an iconic figure in fashion. She’s a sensation in the music industry, and has just posed for Kenzo. She hails from Paris and grew up in the Sunset District of San Francisco. Her parents were Algerian immigrants who applied for a visa lottery in the 1990s. Their luck eventually paid off when they were able to move to the United States.
The latest music video for the French Algerian singer is a high-production masterpiece. She shows off her amazing gymnastics skills and poses with giant teddy bears. Her artistic genius and production values are obvious. The music video was directed by Amber Grace Johnson, who also posed with Zouai. The resulting visual is reminiscent of Muhammad Ali photographs taken by Flip Schulke.
The French Algerian singer has been living in New York City since 2015. Her debut single is called “Desert Rose” and features her singing in English, French, and Arabic. The song was produced by Stelios Phili, a Greek-American producer who lends a uniquely expressive touch to late-night R&B. The song is a heartfelt ode to her Algerian family and her struggle with internal identity.