Moore Kismet Makes History As Youngest Artist to Ever Perform at Lollapalooza - EDM.com
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With Moore Kismet, you can confidently say that the future of electronic music is unfolding before your eyes.

At the age of just 16, the standout weekend producer and singer made history as the youngest artist to ever perform at the legendary Lollapalooza Music Festival in Chicago.

A member of the worldmusic.blog class of 2021, Kismet threw off a typically colossal DJ set teeming with the glitzy, hypnotic bass that has propelled her to the forefront of the next wave of EDM. They performed on the famous Perry & # 39; s Stage and opened the last day of the festival on one of the most popular stages.

"One of the proudest moments of my entire career," they wrote in an Instagram post. "I still can't seem to understand how great that felt. Thanks for doing my first time at @lollapalooza at the best time ever."

The young man, who found out about his Lolla booking one day after completing the online course, also appeared on the global Hulu livestream.

The awards for Kismet are just beginning, who as a pioneering non-binary artist not only pushes the boundaries of the electronic genre scale, but also the reach of gender identity and mental health awareness. In October they will be the youngest ever to perform at EDC Las Vegas, widely considered the largest dance music festival in the world.

“To be the youngest artist ever to perform at EDC in the 25 year history of the festival carries a lot of weight and responsibility,” Kismet told worldmusic.blog, “but my ultimate goal is to make sure I get everyone in the crowd, everyone at home is watching the stream and everyone in my life is happy and excited about this achievement. "

Check out a few clips from Moore Kismet's Lollapalooza performance below.

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