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Charli XCX is an iconic figure in the arts, having helped expand the landscape of popular music over the last decade by seamlessly traversing the underground and the mainstream with her artistic output. Charli’s innovative approach has opened up new possibilities within the pop sphere for both her own career and those of the rising artists she has supported over the years.
A singer, songwriter, documentary maker, radio host and record label boss, Charli’s story is one of an artist who continues to succeed without compromise. Over the course of her trailblazing career, Charli has earned critical acclaim for her forward-thinking music style and entrepreneurial spirit. Charli won the Variety Hitmakers award for ‘Innovator of Pop’ and was Mercury Prize ‘Album of the Year’ shortlisted for the release of her album how I’m feeling now which she created from scratch in five weeks from her home in Los Angeles during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown.
Charli XCX released ‘Good Ones’ in September, the first single from her fifth studio album which will release early 2022. ‘Good Ones’ marks a new chapter with Charli embracing all that the life of a mainstream popstar has to offer in today’s multi-sensory-driven world – fame, sex, glamour, and global hits. In August, Charli also featured on ‘Out Out’ by Joel Corry and Jax Jones, alongside Saweetie, a track that has now been a global top ten record for over 8 weeks.
Charli started to release music in 2008 and has continuously strived to take the road less traveled throughout her career, with her debut album True Romance setting a benchmark for avant-garde pop music. This created a trajectory that has seen her write some of the world’s biggest hits (Icona Pop’s ‘I Love It’, Iggy Azalea’s ‘Fancy’, Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes’ ’Senorita’), while embracing pop’s most uninhibited sounds within her own work – gaining her a following that began in an internet cult capacity before spreading worldwide – assembling her own world via her fandom, affectionately called the Angels.
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