About Jamal

Jamal Moore is an internationally acclaimed singer, songwriter, and recording artist. Known for his smooth, rich tone and his cross-style versatility, Jamal brings a captivating artistry to everything he touches, be it pop, classical, gospel, or jazz.A musical powerhouse, Jamal boasts an impressive resume that transcends genre.

Collaborating with Beyoncé on projects like Coachella, the Kobe & Gianna Bryant Memorial, and her recent album "Cowboy Carter," he's solidified his reputation as a sought-after artist who can seamlessly blend styles. This versatility extends beyond the studio. He's captivated audiences on prestigious stages like the Oscars (with Rihanna) and BET Awards (with Kirk Franklin), bringing his energy to life on late-night shows like Jimmy Kimmel and Fallon. Jamal's talents aren't limited to music, either. He's graced the screen with his voice acting in the Dreamworks series "Trolls" and lent his artistic presence to documentaries like Beyoncé's "Homecoming" and "Black is King," showcasing a well-rounded artistry that extends far beyond the stage.

A classically trained opera singer (Eastman School of Music), Jamal remains active in the genre as a soloist. Recent highlights include performances with the Los Angeles Master Chorale (Margaret Bonds' 'Credo') and the Pasadena Symphony's Pops Holiday Candlelight Concert. In 2022, Jamal made a triumphant solo symphonic debut at Walt Disney Concert Hall with the LA Philharmonic, performing Duke Ellington selections. Since then, he's been a sought-after soloist, collaborating with orchestras like the Seattle and Milwaukee Symphonies. Jamal also tours extensively with Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, most recently as a soloist in Marsalis' powerful "All Rise Symphony" honoring the Tulsa Race Massacre.

With vocal quintet, The Exchange, Jamal performed in over 50 countries, served as an official “Cultural Ambassador” abroad for the U.S. State Department, and opened for the Backstreet Boys’ Europe arena tour. For Jamal’s original songwriting, he was the Grand Prize Finalist in the esteemed John Lennon Songwriting Contest.

In 2020 and 2021, Jamal dropped critically acclaimed albums "Love Letters Vol. 1" and "Vol. 2," showcasing his genre-bending talents with both covers and originals. His highly anticipated 2024 record promises to be a groundbreaking fusion of the diverse styles that have molded him into the unique artist he is today. With a thriving YouTube channel boasting over 5 million views and 61,000 followers, Jamal cherishes the opportunity to connect with a global audience and collaborate with other creatives who inspire him.