Charli XCX


Charlotte Emma Aitchison, English born on August 2, 1992, started at the age of 14 to write her first songs, using Charli XCX as her stage name. In 2008, she recorded an album entitled '14', which was sold at shows, but was not officially released.

Charli XCX continued to release singles and mixtapes. Her first official album, 'True Romance', came out in 2013, and was well received by critics.

Among the various influences pointed out in the singer's work are Siouxsie and the Banshees, Kate Bush, Spice Girls, Britney Spears, Weezer and Ramones.

In June 2014, Charli XCX released the single "Boom Clap", a song that entered the soundtrack of the film "The Fault in Our Stars" and on the singer's third album, 'Sucker', released in December of the same year. In 2017, she released two mixtapes: 'Number 1 Angel' and 'Pop 2'.

Charli XCX released her third album, entitled 'Charli', in September 2019. This work has the collaborations of Sky Ferreira ("Cross You Out"), Haim ("Warm"), among others.

In May 2020, the singer released 'How I'm Feeling Now', an album produced over a six-week period during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Featured Albums


2019 | Album

Pop 2

2017 | Mixtape

Number 1 Angel

2017 | Mixtape


2014 | Album

True Romance

2013 | Album