Hailing from Texas, Zoe Blaire is an entrepreneur and multifaceted artist who is passionate about music, fashion, and skincare. Zoe has appeared in national commercials, magazine publications and top campaigns, modeling for iconic brands including Disney, Suave, H&M, and more. Her brand continues to soar from exposure on social media with 211K followers.
It’s been that way for Zoe ever since her most formative years when she was signed to Ford Models at the age of two. As a teen, Blaire started her own all-natural, all-good-for-you skincare line to empower other young teens with themes of self-love.
Now the 15-year-old is turning her creative talents to music. At five years old, Zoe was introduced to the world of music after working with top music and vocal coach, Craig Derry in New York. Two years later, she wrote her first song but not in the way you would imagine.
“My Dad is a producer. He was working with an artist. The band was on break, so I crashed the session and recorded over whatever song they had on the board”, she explains. "I have a lot in my head and so I write songs to express myself. For me, it’s better than therapy.” Blaire draws her inspiration from a diverse range of iconic artists like Michael Jackson, Nine Inch Nails, Fleetwood Mac and Tyler, the Creator.
In 2021, Zoe Blaire appeared on the cover of IT Girl Magazine with an exclusive story to promote her new music. After releasing her first single, “Days Like These” she signed to management company, MMG Model & Talent NYC.
“Days Like These” was born by “the pandemic and the new darkness that it created”, Zoe hones her distinctive voice over unorthodox “straight out of the basement” sounds filled with deep bass, cinematic strings, 80s synthesizers, and grit in a league of its own. Combined with compelling lyrical content, the singer/songwriter channels emotion in its purest form. The song tells a story of regret, loneliness, love, and hope showcasing Blaire’s keen ability to convey unfiltered and undeniable feelings straight from the heart. These unique attributes are Zoe Blaire’s musical cadence—distinguishing her from all others.
“I make songs for me ... but with the hope of helping and connecting with others. [For me] the best music creates memories and feelings that live forever.” Introducing her genre-agonistic and dramatic style, “Days Like These” was produced by Grammy-award winning producer P. J. Olsson.
“It’s a very intense song, but it’s real and honest,” P.J. admits. “Her music is extraordinarily compelling.”
With more new music on the way, Zoe is releasing her own version of Nine Inch Nails, “Hurt” (produced by P. J. Olsson) on July 1st alongside her feature in Harper’s Bazaar magazine (July 2021 issue).
“My goal is for you to relate and hopefully I can inspire the world to be better through my music.” Zoe Blaire