KALI UCHIS NOMINATED FOR THREE 2021 AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS

FAVORITE FEMALE LATIN ARTIST, FAVORITE LATIN ALBUM AND FAVORITE LATIN SONG

Grammy-winning artist Kali Uchis is nominated for three awards at the 2021 American Music AwardsFavorite Female Latin Artist, Favorite Latin Album for Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios) ∞ and Favorite Latin Song for “telepatía.”

Uchis’ much-lauded 2020 Spanish language album, Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios) ∞, features global smash hit “telepatía,” which recently surpassed 1.4 billion global streams after hitting #1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay and Latin Pop Airplay charts and topping Latin Digital Song Sales for ten weeks straight. It 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.

Additionally, Uchis recently unveiled a new version of her track “fue mejor” with SZA alongside a video directed by Daniel Sannwald.

Last month, Uchis won her first Billboard Latin Music Award for Latin Pop Album of the Year. The award continues 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, was nominated for her first Latin American Music Award. and performed at this year’s Hispanic Heritage Awards on PBS, where she was also recognized as the 2021 Inspira Honoree.

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.

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

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