Jamal Moore


Jamal Moore

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 regular collaborator with Beyoncé, Jamal has performed at Coachella Festival, the Kobe & Gianna Bryant Memorial service, on Disney’s new The Lion King soundtrack, and on Beyoncé’s newest hit track, “Break My Soul.” He has also toured globally with Kanye West as a member of gospel sensations, The Sunday Service Collective. On screen, Jamal has performed on The Academy Awards, BET Awards (with Kirk Franklin), Super Bowl Halftime Show (with The Weeknd), Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and Netflix documentary, Beyoncé Homecoming. Jamal was also a finalist on NBC’s The Sing-Off and can be heard as the singing voice of “Synth” on Dreamworks/Netflix series, Trolls.

With a degree in Opera from New York’s Eastman School of Music, Jamal remains active in the classical music space, having recently made his solo symphonic debut with the LA Philharmonic, performing solo Duke Ellington selections at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Jamal has toured extensively as a featured soloist with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, including most recently, as a soloist in Marsalis’ “All Rise Symphony” in commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

Jamal is grateful for the opportunity to collaborate and learn from other creatives, and to share his voice with his growing audience around the globe.