Listen Now to Lolo ZouaïHigh – Highs to Low Lows (Deluxe)
Lolo Zouaï releases the deluxe edition of her debut album High Highs to Low Lows. Closing a huge year for the powerhouse pop singer, the project arrives at the end of her High Highs to Low Lows world tour that saw Lolo playing over 40 headline shows across 14 countries, before returning to her current home in New York City.
High Highs to Low Lows, the deluxe edition, features three new tracks: the Bond-Esque “Money Diamonds Roses”, a remix of “Chevy Impala” with Lolo’s favorite rapper E-40 and “Chain”, a track which first debuted on the barrier-breaking HBO series Euphoria in July.
“High Highs to Low Lows is a story about my last two years. It’s crazy because “Chain” and “Money Diamonds Roses” show the change that’s happened since I put out my album in April. I’m starting to question friendships in “Chain”, and reconsider what really matters in “Money Diamonds Roses”. It’s not me that has “no gold on my neck, no 0s on my check” it’s theme that has traveled the world, got my own apartment, made some money, and came all the way back home to find that the low lows never really stop.
I think “Chain” and “Money Diamonds Roses” fit perfectly in the world that Stelios and I created with this album, and then I don’t even know where to start on the E-40 feature. I grew up in the Bay and he’s just one of my favorite rappers of all time. I remember meeting E-40 at his album release signing in 2012. Now I have his number and honestly, there’s no one else I’d want more on my first album. If high school me heard the song she’d freak the fuck out.”
It’s been an incredible 2019 for Lolo, who appeared in the Fall 2019 global COACH campaign as one of the newest muses for the iconic brand – shot by Juergen Teller. Earlier this year, Lolo was also introduced as a new face of Tommy Hilfiger, and continues to work with both Tommy and now Nike – for whom she hasmodeled the latest Nike TN3. With acknowledgments across the board from Vogue, i-D, DAZED, Hunger, Wonderland, Clash, The Guardian, Complex, Evening Standard, Schön and more, Lolo’s music is unavoidable.