LOOP is an explosive young popstar whose infectious hooks and innovatively produced tracks are winning her fans and critical praise alike.

LOOP has made an instant impression, with Wonderland describing her as “probably one of the next great popstars”. Her music has received support from BBC Introducing and was covered by seven Hype Machine-accredited blogs, receiving support from tastemaker champions such as The 405, Pop Justice, Notion and more.

Following on from her singles ‘Love Bites’ and ‘Looking at You’ which both achieved online critical acclaim, LOOP released ‘Losing My Mind’, a record that was subsequently added to the Radio 1 Playlist in December as BBC Introducing Track of The Week. 2017 saw LOOP launch the year with the infectious “As If” and the Draper produced “Know Me Better” which led into the release of her debut E.P “Call Me Loop”. Receiving huge support from Spotify her most recent single “Maybe I’m A Liar” was launched in October.

Originally hailing from Surrey and currently residing in Brixton, LOOP’s early musical loves were the mega popstars of the 90s, Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, Rihanna, Amy Winehouse, Justin Timberlake. More recently, LOOP has taken influences from the likes of Tove Lo, Glass Animals, The Weeknd, Banks, Christine and the Queens, Frank Ocean and NAO, while absolutely forging her own musical identity.

Loop hosted her EP launch party at wonderland pop-up shop in Piccadilly. She has received support from tastemaker champions including The 405, Pop Justice, Notion, DJ Target, BBC Radio 1, BBC 1xtra, Elton John for beats 1 & Press Play OK. Loop also opened up the MainStage at Sundown Festival this year and also supported Jonas Blue on his UK/European tour.

Perfectly summing up her own style as “sassy, emotive pop”, LOOP evokes all the best qualities of a popstar: a commanding, vibrant presence combined with an effortlessly cool charm.

LOOP’s music has found a huge fanbase online, with her releases clocking up over 3 Million combined streams.

 “One of 2016/2017’s most promising new popstars” Popjustice

 “[a] fast rising starlet” The Times

 “One of the great new popstars” Wonderland