KALI UCHIS DEBUTS SPANISH LANGUAGE VERSION OF “TYRANT”

“TIRANO” FEATURING FUEGO PREMIERES TODAY

TOURING NORTH AMERICA THIS FALL

Rising vocalist, songwriter and producer Kali Uchisdebuts a new, Spanish version of her single “Tyrant” today—listen to “Tirano,” featuring Colombian merengue star Fuego, here.

“Tyrant” is the first track to be released from Uchis’ forthcoming debut album, set for release this fall. Watch the video, filmed in Paris and directed by Helmi, here. This new version follows a remix featuring Kali’s friend and collaborator Daniel Caesar.

Uchis will tour North America this fall, kicking off September 12 in Boston followed by further shows in Seattle, Los Angeles, Austin, Nashville, Philadelphia, New York and more. Visit kaliuchis.com for more information.

“Tyrant” is receiving widespread critical praise:

“It's glittery and danceable, but brutal in its honesty… ‘Tyrant’ is a romantic banger flecked with self-awareness. It skillfully portrays love in the age of rumbling dystopia: a boudoir anointed by something pure even though its walls may shake with the unrest outside. ” —NPR Music

"We have finally been blessed this week with new music from Kali Uchis. After nearly a year without new music, the Colombian-American songbird makes a strong return with Jorja Smith in this tropical tune." —NYLON

“A simmering, sensual listen” —Consequence of Sound

“The singer, songwriter and producer's dual language track delights with layers of sonic effervescence atop a bouncing beat.” —Cool Hunting


Raised in Virginia and her parents’ native Colombia, Kali Uchis’ debut studio project, Por Vida, was released in 2015 to acclaim from the likes of The New York Times, Rolling Stone, NPR, Pitchfork and The FADER. Uchis has collaborated and shared stages with Gorillaz, Diplo, Major Lazer, Tyler The Creator, Snoop Dogg, Kaytranada, Leon Bridges and more.


For more information, please contact Reid Kutrow or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

KALI UCHIS LIVE

August 11 /// San Francisco, CA /// Outside Lands
September 12 /// Boston, MA /// The Sinclair
September 13 /// Montreal, QC /// Le Fairmount
September 14 /// Toronto, ON /// Mod Club
September 15 /// Detroit, MI /// El Club
September 17 /// Minneapolis, MN /// 7th Street Entry
September 20 /// Vancouver, BC /// Biltmore Cabaret
September 21 /// Seattle, WA /// The Crocodile
September 22 /// Portland, OR /// Hawthorne Theatre
September 24 /// Las Vegas, NV /// Life Is Beautiful
September 28 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Fonda
September 30 /// San Diego, CA /// Observatory
October 1 /// Phoenix, AZ /// Valley Bar
October 4 /// Dallas, TX /// Trees
October 5 /// Austin, TX /// Come and Take It Live
October 7 /// Houston, TX /// Warehouse Live — Studio
October 8 /// New Orleans, LA /// Republic
October 10 /// Nashville, TN /// 3rd & Lindsley
October 11 /// Atlanta, GA /// Vinyl
October 13 /// Miami, FL /// III Points
October 14 /// Orlando, FL /// The Social
October 16 /// Carrboro, NC /// Cat’s Cradle
October 17 /// Washington, D.C. /// U Street Music Hall
October 18 /// Philadelphia, PA /// World Café Live
October 20 /// New York, NY /// Bowery Ballroom
October 21 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Music Hall of Williamsburg