The GRAMMY Museum welcomed Remi Wolf to the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation moderated by music producer Kenny Beats about her rising career, creative process, and the making of her acclaimed first full-length album Juno, followed by a performance.
Remi Wolf ‘s whimsical, candid take on pop music has established her as a household name. In the 3 years since her first release, she has wholly shifted the mainstream sound. Wolf marches to her own drum, while bringing a playful and honest energy to everything she touches from music to fashion. Juno, Wolf’s first full-length album, dropped late 2021 to widespread praise from the likes of The New York Times, NPR, Billboard, and Pitchfork. In summer of 2022, she followed up with Juno Deluxe. Wolf’s energy has continued to resonate with fans and critics alike, with Juno racking up 70 million streams to date and her entire catalog reaching over 1 billion global streams. Wolf has amassed a growing list of esteemed collaborators including Beck, Nile Rodgers, Dominic Fike, Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Always spinning multiple plates, Wolf is also fresh off an airy collaboration with Still Woozy entitled “Pool,” and announced partnerships with footwear companies UGG & Crocs for creative campaigns. This year, she opened for Lorde on her Solar Power North American tour, performed with Red Hot Chili Peppers and Nas in Florence, IT in June alongside a slate of summer festivals, and recently released her Live From Electric Lady EP with Spotify. Now embarking on her North American GWINGLE GWONGLE tour in fall, Wolf performed to a sold out crowd at The Shrine in LA and will be performing back-to-back sold-out dates at Terminal 5 in New York.