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Charli (Limited)

Charli XCX CD

Charli (Limited) (2019)

Format: CD

Code: 190295409586

  1. Next Level Charli
  2. Gone
  3. Cross You Out (featuring Sky Ferreira)
  4. 1999
  5. Click (featuring Kim Petras and Tommy Cash)
  6. Warm Feat Haim
  7. Thoughts
  8. Blame It on Your Love (featuring Lizzo)
  9. White Mercedes
  10.  Silver Cross
  11. I Don't Wanna Know
  12. Official
  13. Shake It (featuring Big Freedia, Cupcakke, Brooke Candy and Pabllo Vittar)
  14. February 2017 (featuring Clairo and Yaeji)
  15. 2099 (featuring Troye Sivan)

Charli XCX

Charli XCX, born Charlotte Emma Aitchison on 2 August 1992, is an English singer-songwriter. Her debut album, True Romance, was released in April of 2013. Charli’s career began at the age of 14. During the day she’d be at school - she loved art, hated music - and afterwards she’d write songs and produce raw demos in the bedroom of her parents’ house. By night, she’d be in London, UK in a “colourful, glittery world that didn’t really mean that much, but never claimed to either”. In 2006, when Charli was 14 she organised her live performances through MySpace and regaled crowds with “nursery rhyme-esque rap pieces with me shouting ‘DINOSAUR SEX!’ while standing on a crate in a warehouse”. As a live promoter her dad had, once upon a time, booked acts like Bob Marley and Siouxsie & The Banshees at his club nights, but even he couldn’t prepare Charli for the parties she found herself performing at. She started performing such material as “Chas’s Song” from her debut, but later grew discontent with such music and wrote new ...

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