Amelia Moore

Speaking to her Vevo DSCVR “Artists To Watch” live performance video for “drugs,” Amelia Moore says, “Being an Artist to Watch means the world to me because I’ve found some of my favorite music through Vevo’s DSCVR program. I got some big plans for 2023 so y’all better keep an eye on me!!!!!”

Sam Mackoff, Director, Artist & Label Relations adds, “Amelia Moore is undeniably one of the most exciting new voices in pop music. Stylistically, sonically, and creatively Amelia is creating a lane that is so uniquely her own. Her powerful vocals mixed with her infectious tracks has us excited for her destined stardom. This year, Amelia’s debut EP teaching a robot to love, caught our attention and landed her a feature in our DSCVR serves them.”

Born out of Vevo’s taste-maker series and brand DSCVR, “DSCVR Artists To Watch” is now in its 9th year. With a record-breaking 550 submissions, the current list consists of 20 global artists whom Vevo has tipped to break through to the mainstream. Vevo’s DSCVR ATW is currently showcasing high-quality live performance video content from the class of 2023, with unique performances from each artist, shot exclusively for Vevo.

Vevo’s DSCVR ATW program is one of the most highly anticipated and competitive lists in the emerging music space, as the artists and bands that make it receive critical exposure and promotion that help propel their careers. ATW artists and bands will be marketed and featured in Vevo’s expert music video programming via playlists and editorial features across Vevo’s network, including YouTube and connected TV platforms, such as Roku, Samsung TV Plus, and Apple TV.

Vevo’s Artists to Watch content will also see the official launch of a brand-new DSCVR set. The new set was designed to help artists express themselves in new and interesting ways through visually striking elements like new entry points, columns, corridors, archways, and windows.

Vevo’s 2023 DSCVR “Artists to Watch” are:

Amelia Moore (Capitol)

Armani White (Def Jam)

Ayra Starr (Mavin Records / Platoon)

Carol Biazin (UMG Brazil)

Ethel Cain (AWAL)

FLO (Island Records)

flowerovlove (The Orchard)

GloRilla (CMG/Interscope Records)

Ice Spice (Capitol)

K Trap (Thousand8 Music / Virgin Music)

Lauren Spencer Smith (Island Records)

Nonso Amadi (UMG Canada / Def Jam)

Oxlade (Sony Music France, Epic)

Pajel (Epic / Proud Records / Dope / SME)

piri & tommy (Polydor Records)

Ptazeta (Interscope Records)

Ramón Vega (Sony Music Latin)

Tananai (Capitol Records Italy)

thuy (Venice)

Wesley Joseph (Secretly Canadian)


Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Amelia Moore creates the kind of visionary alt-pop that both defies expectations and feels immediately essential. In a whirlwind journey she describes as “homeschool to Hollywood,” the 21-year-old Georgia native got her start singing in her hometown church choir outside of Atlanta, before graduating from High School at 16 and starting college at Belmont University in Nashville. College was a brand new world for Amelia – she experienced extreme culture shock and started to question everything she was raised to believe was true. Halfway through her sophomore year, she dropped out of Belmont and moved to L.A. on her own—then found herself frightfully adrift when the pandemic hit just two months later. With the world shut down, Moore immersed herself in writing and refining her vision for her debut project, and eventually began sharing her songs on TikTok. Within the very first week of posting her original material, she’d amassed over 100,000 followers drawn to her unaffected yet magnetic presence and fearlessly honest perspective—a turn of events that ultimately led to her signing with Capitol Records in fall 2021.


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