About Trevi Moran
American pop singer Trevi Moran made her debut on YouTube in 2008 at the age of ten. From there, she went on to amass an online following -- most prominently as a member of the O2L (Our 2nd Life) crew -- and then as a solo performer. She released her debut single, "Bust the Floor," in 2011 and, a year later, auditioned for The X Factor with LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It." After she was eliminated during the boot camp rounds, she continued releasing songs online.
In September 2013, Moran released the K-pop-inflected electronic track "Someone," followed by "The Dark Side" in December. Her debut EP, XIAT ("Anxiety"), was released the following December and topped the Billboard Heatseekers chart. A duet with former O2L associate Ricky Dillon titled "Steal the Show" was released in 2015. That same year, Moran also came out as gay, which influenced the sound of her follow-up EP, Alive. The confident five-song set was released in 2016 and featured the shimmering midtempo single "I Wanna Fly." In 2020, Moran came out as transgender and issued the EP Freedom. ~ Neil Z. Yeung
BORNSeptember 30, 1998