Salvo blends the brooding energy of dark electro pop with a classical elegance to create tracks that are vital and urgent, putting her at the forefront of the modern music industry. Since her first release in 2015, she has built a strong reputation on the Los Angeles music scene, as well as maintaining an international presence, collaborating with high profile artists from around the world. With streaming numbers in the millions, she has put herself in position to make a major impact with her music.
Born Lauren Salvo, she began performing at only thirteen years old, singing in local choirs as well as fronting a pop punk band through middle school. Her euphoric vocal abilities led her to Philadelphia’s Temple University, where she majored in Classical Voice and Opera. After graduating, she officially launched her writing career, agreeing to write for Ruffhouse Records (Lauryn Hill, The Fugees) while still living in Philadelphia. She then released her first solo EP “Sober Heart” in 2016, before relocating to Los Angeles and shortening her name to Salvo.
Upon arriving in LA, Salvo settled down in Silver Lake and almost immediately became a fixture on the neighborhood’s thriving pop and EDM scenes. She began working with notable songwriters Yufi Zewdu (Chris Brown), Taylor Morrow (Kiiara), and Curly Lox (Diplo), before agreeing to an exclusive contract with Dutch agency Vocal Kitchen, which specializes in top-lining for EDM and house artists.
Currently, Salvo is running her own studio in Princeton, NJ where she is hard at work consistently releasing collaborations with internationally renowned artists as well as creating innovative new music for her solo project.