In 2017, she bookended the year with her critically-acclaimed mixtapes No. 1 Angel and Pop 2, featured on David Guetta and Afrojacks global smash Dirty Sexy Money and released her standout summer crush anthem Boys.
2018 proved to be another stellar year. Following a series of tracks drops 5 In The Morning ,No Angel, Focus and Girls Night Out, heralded mixtape shows, which she brought to the UK and Europe and a global support tour with Taylor Swift, XCX returned with her throwback UK Top 15 smash 1999 feat. Troye Sivan. The accompanying video, which sits at 26 million views was co-produced by Charli and paid homage to standout cultural references from the year of 1999 throughout.
Now in 2019, Charli has promised a summer of new music and live shows across the world. Dropping her highly anticipated collaboration with Lizzo, Blame It On Your Love was XCXs first release of the year. Following her show-stopping performance at Radio 1s Big Weekend, including a duet of We Cant Stop with Miley Cyrus, Charli released Spicy, a collaborative track with Diplo and Herve Pagez which reworks the Spice Girls classic Wannabe. Meanwhile XCX simultaneously debuted the undeniable track Gone with Christine and the Queens live on stage at Primavera Sound Festival.
Charli has accrued two Billboard Music Awards, a YouTube Music Award, two Sesac Songwriter of the Year Awards, plus nominations at the Grammys, BRIT Awards and MTV EMAs. Not to mention the studio time shes commanded with the likes of Blondie, Selena Gomez [Charli co-wrote her U.S. No.1Same Old Love], Gwen Stefani, Benny Blanco, David Guetta, Zara Larsson, Khalid and Diplo.
Alongside her music projects, Charli has been a strong fixture within fashion. In May, Charli attended the Met Gala as a special guest of Anna Wintour and Vogue, followed by a performance at Cannes Film Festival for the amfAR Gala. With two albums under her belt True Romance (2013) and SUCKER (2015) Charli will release her third studio album Charli September 13th 2019.
Source: Atlantic Records 2019