About Pixie Lott
With her brassy voice and knack for sonic playfulness, Pixie Lott is equal parts throwback vocalist and modern pop auteur. Born in 1991, the London-born artist first pursued acting—as a teenager, she appeared in a West End production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang—before embarking on a professional music career. Success came quickly: At age 18, she had two UK No. 1 singles—the strutting seduction “Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)” and the horn-peppered retro-soul number “Boys and Girls”—and a Top 10 debut album, Turn It Up. Lott turned to upbeat dance-pop for the 2011 chart-topper “All About Tonight” and has since dabbled in smoky jazz balladry (“Cry Me Out”), kicky soul numbers (“Stevie On the Radio”), and sassy electro-pop (“Baby”). And, in a nod to her roots as a teen performer, Lott has also served as a coach on The Voice Kids UK.
BORNJanuary 12, 1991