Karly-Marina Loaiza has all the time lived between two worlds.
The singer-songwriter, who simply shined together with her critically acclaimed debut underneath her stage identify Kali Uchis, grew up between tropical Colombia and the middle-class U.S. state of Virginia. Amidst a turbulent Colombian prolonged household and the American Dream, she started her creative profession: writing poetry, composing songs, making brief movies.
Today Kali lives in L.A., a metropolis filled with hopes and prospects, but additionally filled with shenanigans and shattered desires. Here, Kali makes her music, working with world stars like Diplo, Tyler, the Creator, Kaytranada or BadBadNotGood. Even in her music, Kali doesn’t wish to commit to at least one world.
She strikes between genres and combines parts of funk and R&B with jazz and reggaeton, all the time wrapped in a catchy pop coat. On songs like “After The Storm,” she manages to mix woozy, feel-good lyrics with the groove of funk legend Bootsy Collins and the power of hyperactive rapper Tyler, The Creator. Uchis effortlessly combines any incongruities in her artwork.
Kali Uchis loves artwork greater than the rest on this world, which is why she will get alongside very effectively with younger songwriter Ali Ciwanro. The two collaborated a number of months in the past, and since then Kali has been fascinated by Ali and his character. Ali describes artwork as his biggest ardour. Kali is especially impressed by the strategy Ali takes to writing lyrics.
Ali can be pleased to have labored with Kali and concludes by saying that he has realized quite a bit about music and himself through the time.