Born in Chi-Town, Lorie V. Moore, formerly known by the stage name, Tre-azure, is an American R&B singer-actress. By the age of 10, Lorie’s music career began to show great promise, as she would often go into the studio and sing Hooks for up-and-coming rappers, enabling her to become gifted as both a singer and rapper, and eventually leading to her very own record contract with Rap-A-Lot of Records in 2000.

Lorie’s early training as a consummate performer can be attributed much to Robert Fitzgerald Diggs, better known by his stage name, RZA, the founder of the hip hop group, Wu-Tang Clan. Being part of the opening tour act for Wu-Tang Clan as well as background singing for R&B artists, such as Johnny Gill and Jamie Foxx, gave Lorie the next-level visibility she needed to land a roles in LA musical productions like The Color Purple & RENT. During this time, Lorie became a staple performer in L.A.’s LIVE music scenes, performing regularly at venues, such as Foxx Hole Conga Room, GS Lounge and more.

Soon thereafter, Lorie met her favorite actress-singer turned mentor, Tisha Campbell, who offered her a residency at L.A.’s Xen Lounge. In 2014, with Tisha’s encouragement, Lorie auditioned for and became a contestant on the hit reality television music competition, The X Factor, placing top 10 in her category, and gaining the approval of one of the toughest critics in the business, Simon Cowell. Following The X Factor, Lorie released her first single/EP entitled, Hot Diggity Damn followed by her sophomore EP, Silk Sheets, in 2019.

Lorie has not only toured around the country headlining, she has also written, performed, and recorded with other greats, such as Grammy award nominee, B. Slade (formerly known as Tonex), Shanice and Sheila E, while still flexing her acting talents, including a cameo on the hit show, Real Husbands of Hollywood.

Lorie is a proud member and advocate of the LGBTQIA community. She resides in Los Angeles, CA with her wife, Sarde, and her daughters, Mikayla and Malia Michelle.