Kali Uchis


Are Don Toliver and Kali Uchis Dating?

Kali Uchis Dating: To win a Grammy, Kali Uchis had to live and record her songs in her car. She has earned multiple Grammy awards for her work as a performer and composer. In 2012, she started working on her first successful project, Drunken Babble, which drew the attention of numerous music producers. Her first EP, Por Vida, was released in 2015 and rapidly became a hit. Isolation, Uchis’ first studio album, was released in 2018 to tremendous acclaim.
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Viva! L.A. Music Festival, Headlined by Kali Uchis and Daddy Yankee, Is Canceled Due to ‘Setbacks,’ Organizers Say

Click here to read the full article. Viva! L.A. Music Fest, the buzzed-about Latin festival originally scheduled for June 25 at Dodger Stadium, has been canceled, organizers confirm to Rolling Stone. “We regret to announce that Viva L.A. Music Festival will no longer take place this June,” Goldenvoice said in a statement. “Recent setbacks forced us to make the difficult decision to cancel the event.” Event organizers reached out to several artists this week to let them know that the festival is no longer happening, a source tells Rolling Stone. A second source, who spoke on background, attributed the cancelation to...
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Kali Uchis – “Desafinado” (Stan Getz & João Gilberto Cover)

Earlier this month, news arrived of the soundtrack for the forthcoming Minions movie, The Rise Of Gru. It was produced by Jack Antonoff and primarily features artists covering ’70s tracks: St. Vincent doing “Funkytown,” Phoebe Bridgers singing the Carpenters, Antonoff himself covering John Lennon, Brockhampton doing Kool & The Gang, etc. It also features some originals, including the Diana Ross and Tame Impala collab “Turn Up The Sunshine,” which we heard last week. Today, we get to hear one of the soundtrack’s covers.
this song is sick

Softest Hard Drops New Latin-Inspired Banger “La Luz” with Kali Uchis

Los Angeles resident Softest Hard and Grammy award-winning powerhouse vocalist Kali Uchis explore sultry and ethereal vibes with this new trap influenced bop, entitled “La Luz.” If you feel like you’ve heard this track before, that’s because it was originally released on Kal Uchis’s album, Sin Miedo. This is Softest Hard’s creative new take on the track.

Kali Uchis Reveals Details About Third & Fourth Albums at 2022 Latin AMAs

Click here to read the full article. Kali Uchis arrived at the 2022 Latin American Music Awards Thursday (April 21) rocking a fuchsia dress made out of fringe to celebrate not only her six nominations at the ceremony, but also a lot of new music on the way. “I have an album in Spanish and another one in English,” she tells Billboard on the red carpet. “A lot of my music is very Spanglish because that’s how I was raised and that style comes more naturally to me. But I’m ready to give it my all.” The Colombian-American singer also shared the...

Tyler, the Creator began MSG run with Kali Uchis, Vince Staples & Teezo Touchdown (night 1 review)

Tyler, the Creator made his Madison Square Garden debut on his 2019 IGOR tour, an experience that inspired a lyric on "Corso" off 2021's Call Me If You Get Lost: "played a couple demos at Madison Square Garden!" Tyler returned to the iconic NYC arena on Sunday night (3/13), this time for his first of two shows there, and he played that very song, with an extravagant sea-green house behind him and fireworks exploding from the ceiling. It was the sort of epic display you might expect during an encore. For Tyler, it was his second song of the night.

Ellie Goulding, Kali Uchis, Liz Phair Lead New Versa Festival in Chicago

Click here to read the full article. Ellie Goulding, Kali Uchis, and Liz Phair are among the lineup for the inaugural Versa, a “music + more festival” that will take place at Lincoln Park South Fields in Chicago June 11-12. Weaving live music, comedy and inspirational speakers together to appear across five stages over the weekend, Versa bills itself as the first major women-led multi-day festival in more than two decades. Kim Petras, Monica, Mon Laferte, Jamila Woods, Young M.A, Ingrid Andress, Yuna, Big Freedia, Yendry, Laura Jane Grace, Salem Ilese, Deb Never, Madame Gandhi, Lila Iké, Adeline, Vagabon, Coco &...