Kali Uchis is a Colombian-American singer, songwriter, and music video director. She was born on July 17, 1994, in Alexandria, Virginia, USA, and raised in Pereira, Colombia.
Kali Uchis’ music style is a mix of R&B, soul, pop, reggaeton, and indie music.
She gained recognition with her debut studio album “Isolation,” released in 2018, which features collaborations with artists such as Tyler, The Creator, Bootsy Collins, and Steve Lacy.
The album received critical acclaim and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Album in 2019.
Kali Uchis has also collaborated with other artists, including Daniel Caesar, Jorja Smith, Juanes, and Snoop Dogg. Some of her popular songs include “Telepatía,” “After the Storm,” “Loner,” and “Ridin Round.”
The album spawned the single “Telepatía”, which became Uchis’ first solo charting hit on the US Billboard Hot 100.
She won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording for her feature on Kaytranada’s single “10%”.
Kali Uchis Parents: Who are Kali Uchis’s parents?
Karly-Marina Loaiza was born, in Alexandria, Virginia. Her father moved from Pereira, Colombia, to the United States, where he met Karly’s mother during the late 1980s.
Her mother had children from a previous marriage and is from Virginia. Loaiza is their only child together. Her father moved back to Colombia when Loaiza was in high school in order to take care of his mother, who had fallen ill.
Loaiza stayed in Colombia with her father, uncles, and aunts during the summer. During the school year, she would be with her mother and older siblings.