Simone Cardoso is an indie-pop and R&B singer-songwriter from Greater Boston. As a young twenty-something, Simone emits a musical style that is reminiscent of late ‘90s and early 2000’s Pop with heavy R&B influence. Taking inspiration from some of today’s top singer-songwriters such as Kacey Musgraves, Brent Faiyaz, Lucky Daye and Lennon Stella, Simone sings and writes love songs of her generation; using her artistic expression to share melodic stories and themes of love, life and passionate desires. Having collaborated with a variety of producers and songwriters that have worked with some of the industry’s biggest names including Beyonce, Rihanna, Teyana Taylor and Jodeci, Simone has commanded some of Boston’s largest stages including singing the national anthem for the crowds of the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Celtics.
Since her 2019 debut with EP S-95, Simone has released a number of singles and music videos and has opened for national recording artists including Peachtree Rascals and UMI. A total package - singer, songwriter, musician and performer - Simone aims to break the boundaries, remain honest and vulnerable and create music that makes an impact and serves a greater purpose for the audiences and communities she performs for.