KALI UCHIS DEBUTS “FUE MEJOR” WITH SZA VIDEO OUT NOW

 
September 29, 2021— Today, Grammy-winning artist Kali Uchis unveils a new version her track “fue mejor” with SZA alongside a video directed by Daniel Sannwald—listen here
“This is Latin R&B, this is SZA singing in Spanish for the very first time, this is spooky season, this IS the moment,” Uchis says about the song.
The original version of the song is taken from Uchis’ much-lauded 2020 Spanish language album, Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios) ∞—CDs are available for pre-order here. The album features global smash hit “telepatía,” which recently surpassed 1.4 billion global streams after hiting #1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay and Latin Pop Airplay charts and topping Latin Digital Song Sales for 10 weeks straight. “telepatía” is the longest running Spanish-language song by a solo act on the Billboard Hot 100 this decade (23 weeks) and peaked at #10 on the Global 200.
Earlier this month Uchis won her first Billboard Latin Music Award for Latin Pop Album of the Year. The award caps off a whirlwind year for Uchis, who won her first Grammy for Best Dance Recording with Kaytranada in January, her first Premios Nuestra Tierra and Univision Premios Juventud awards this summer and was nominated for her first Latin American Music Award. Uchis will perform at the 34th Hispanic Heritage Awards on PBS on October 8, where she will be recognized as the 2021 Inspira Honoree.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Uchis is the face of Amazon Music’s new global playlist FLUENT, which includes her cover of Selena’s “Si Una Vez”—listen here.
Uchis recently unveiled her new self-designed, sustainable denim collection made in Colombia, OBSESIÓN, from her debut clothing brand Bodied by Uchis—watch the commercial here and shop here.
Furthermore, Uchis will join Tyler, The Creator on his North American tour next year. See all dates—including stops in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and more—below
KALI UCHIS LIVE
WITH TYLER, THE CREATOR
February 10                                 San Diego, CA                                                     Pechanga Arena
February 11                                   Phoenix, AZ                                                       Footprint Center
February 12                                 Las Vegas, NV                                            Michelob Ultra Arena
February 14                                   El Paso, TX                                                 Don Haskins Center
February 16                                    Dallas, TX                                         American Airlines Center
February 18                                  St. Louis, MO                                                        Chaifetz Arena
February 19                               Kansas City, MO                                            Cable Dahmer Arena
February 20                               Minneapolis, MN                                                       Target Center
February 22                                    Chicago, IL                                                           United Center
February 24                                 Milwaukee, WI                                                         Fiserv Forum
February 27                                 Columbus, OH                                             Schottenstein Center
February 28                                    Detroit, MI                                                Little Caesars Arena
March 3                                       Worcester, MA                                                         DCU Center
March 4                                         Norfolk, VA                                                     Chartway Arena
March 6                                      Philadelphia, PA                                             Wells Fargo Center
March 7                                     Washington, D.C.                                             Capital One Arena
March 9                                        Montreal, QC                                                              Place Bell
March 11                                       Toronto, ON                                                   Scotiabank Arena
March 12                                     Pittsburgh, PA                                         Petersen Events Center
March 13                                     New York, NY                                       Madison Square Garden
March 16                                      Charlotte, NC                                              Bojangles Coliseum
March 18                                       Orlando, FL                                                        Amway Center
March 19                                        Tampa, FL                                                     Yuengling Center
March 20                                        Miami, FL                                                               FTX Arena
March 23                                     Charleston, SC                                  North Charleston Coliseum
March 25                                        Duluth, GA                                                     Gas South Arena
March 27                                       Houston, TX                                                        Toyota Center
March 29                                        Denver, CO                                                               Ball Arena
March 31                                   Los Angeles, CA                                                     Staples Center
April 1                                           Oakland, CA                                                       Oakland Arena
April 2                                        Sacramento, CA                                                  Golden 1 Center
April 4                                           Portland, OR                                                          Moda Center
April 7                                        Vancouver, B.C.                                                 Pacific Coliseum
April 8                                           Seattle, WA                                             Climate Pledge Arena

 

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