Kali Uchis Albums Ranked

Karly-Marina Loaiza (born July 17, 1994), known professionally as Kali Uchis, is an American singer and songwriter. She initially garnered music industry attention with her 2012 mixtape, Drunken Babble, which was followed by her debut EP, Por Vida, released in 2015. In 2018, Uchis released her debut studio album Isolation to widespread acclaim. Uchis’s second studio album and her first Spanish language project, Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios), were released in 2020. The album spawned the single “Telepatía” which became Uchis’ first solo charting hit on the US Billboard Hot 100. A collaboration with Canadian musician Kaytranada titled “10%” won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording, making it Uchis’ first Grammy win. Here are all of Kali Uchis’s albums ranked.

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3. Por Vida (2015)

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“I remember when this album first came out self published independently by Kali herself before she got big, and oh my! Her first self released album that was made to download for free on her site was worth it, before knowing she was going to blow up in the industry due to the sounds in the background of her jazzy voice.”

2. Sin Miedo (Del Amor Y Otros Demonios) ∞ (2020)

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“On Kali Uchis’ second album, she incorporates a lush and dreamy r&b sound into each track. Her vocal performances are greatly improved since her last album, especially in her lower register. Songs like vaya con dios showcase this well, with a seductive r&b and trip hop sound and some beautiful strings.”

1. Isolation (2018)

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“The intro song came on during a playlist shuffle and I gotta say, I was immediately intrigued. I put the whole album on and was surprised at how much I throughly enjoyed it. Pop music is pretty hit or miss with me, I like what I like but can honestly say there wasn’t a single track I felt the need to skip. The entire vibe was solid and I’m not ashamed to say it. Highly recommended.”