Call it serendipity. Zoë Kravitz, star of Hulu's modern makeover of Nick Hornby's music-saturated High Fidelity, is back in the studio working on songs of her own.
"I've been messing around a little bit," she tells Billboard. "I've been working with my friend Jack Antonoff in the studio. It's hard to get things consistently going, but when we have time we spend a few days here and there. My dream is to release an album by the end of the year."
In 2014, Kravitz's electropop duo LolaWolf released its debut album, Calm Down, followed by an EP in 2015 and a single, "Baby I'm Dyin,'" in 2017. Since then, she was featured on the Janelle Monae song "Screwed" from 2018's Dirty Computer and landed a rap on "Anti-Social Smokers Club" off Rae Sremmurd's 2018 album SR3MM.