LOLAWOLF is Zoë Kravitz and Jimmy Giannopoulos.
Produced by Giannopoulos, the band in 2016 released a single "Teardrop (feat. Miley Cyrus)" that premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show. Prior releases include 2015 mixtape 'Every Fuckin' Day' and debut LP 'Calm Down' (2014). "Dirty Feeling" from 'Calm Down' was featured in the 'Dope' soundtrack (Columbia), and the band's music videos for "Bitch" (featuring Miley Cyrus) and "Jimmy Franco" (featuring ASAP Rocky) have millions of views.
NOISEY: "LOLAWOLF just made the most unpredictable R&B album of the year...the warped-pop album is full of sudden swerves and turns; experimental late-night songs that riff on the music they grew up hearing and loving on the radio.... Even though Zoë doesn't have her sights set on stardom, it's just a matter of time until human reappropriators Rihanna and Katy Perry jack her new aesthetic."
Pigeons & Planes: "defies genre expectations in the best way possible... inventive and vibrant."
FADER: "Full of smoky vibes and lyrical asides, it digs deep into the 3am feelings and a broader pallet of sounds."