American R&B and pop musician Laureen Rebeha Zouaï, better known by her stage name as Lolo Zouaï has released her new song, “Pl4yg1rl.”
“Pl4yg1rl” is the first track from Lolo Zouaï’s upcoming studio album, PLAYGIRL. The album is scheduled for release in October.
PLAYGIRL is the title of Lolo Zouaï’s second studio album, which was released in the fall of 2022. The album appears to be divided into three sections, titled PLAYGIRL, DREAMGIRL, and PARTYGIRL.
On April 27, 2022, the first single “Give Me a Kiss” along with an accompanying music video was made available for purchase. The second track, titled “Blur,” was made available for purchase on June 24, 2022, alongside a lyric video.
The official music video for the album was premiered on September 9, 2022, and it features a brief excerpt of the song “pl4yg1rl,” which serves as the album’s title track.
Born to a French mother and an Algerian father in Paris, France; Zouaï moved to San Francisco, California when she was three months old. She graduated from Lowell High school in 2013.
Lolo Zouaï released her debut album, High Highs to Low Lows, in 2019. The album was given a 7.5 out of 10 rating by Pitchfork.
A week after the album’s release, Lolo set out on a 22-city North American headline tour, followed by a summer full of festival shows across the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia and a string of appearances at New York and Paris Fashion week. A month later, Lolo set out on the 17-city European leg of the High Highs to Low Lows tour.
In April 2019, Lolo Zouaï was highlighted by The Guardian as “one to watch.” H.E.R.’s self-titled album, for which she contributed to the writing of the song “Still Down,” was nominated for a Grammy Award and took home the award for Best R&B Album.
Lolo Zouaï has performed headlining events in 14 different countries, all of which were completely sold out, and she has appeared in global ads for brands such as Tommy Jeans, COACH, and Nike.
Lolo Zouaï combines ambient electronics, smokey R&B, and parts of hip-hop on her sophisticated and intimate tracks. She refers to her songs as “bittersweet bangers,” and she says that they combine all three genres.