Charli XCX

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Charli XCX
Charli XCX (cropped).jpg
Public photo of XCX by Atlantic Records, 2012
Background information
Birth nameCharlotte Emma Aitchison
Born (1992-08-02) 2 August 1992 (age 28)
Cambridge, Ingland
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Years active2005–present

Charli XCX (real name Charlotte Emma Aitchison;[3][4] 2 August 1992)[5][6] is a Inglis sangster an sangwriter.

She released twa singles in 2008, "!Franchesckaar!", which is from her commercially unreleased debut album, 14; an "Emelline"/"Art Bitch". She wis signed tae This Is Music an IAMSOUND Records in 2010 afore releasin three mair singles, "Stay Away", "Nuclear Seasons" an "You're the One" frae her debut EP, You're the One, which wis released in Juin 2012. Efter a year-lang delay, she released her debut major label studio album, True Romance, in Apryle 2013.[7] She wrote and is credited on "I Love It" wi Icona Pop an featured on "Fancy" wi Iggy Azalea, baith o which achievit internaitional success an brocht her tae internaitional prominence. The release o "Boom Clap" gae Charli XCX her first tap 10 hit as a solo airtist on the Billboard Hot 100.

On 18 August 2014, Charli XCX annooncit the title o her upcomin seicont major-label studio album, Sucker, which wis released on 16 Dizember (US). The seicont single wis premiered on her SoundCloud an aw, titled "Break the Rules".[8]

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  1. "Punk Pop Princess". Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  2. "Rising". Pitchfork. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  3. "Songwriter/Composer: AITCHISON CHARLOTTE EMMA". Broadcast Music, Inc. Retrieved 17 August 2013.[deid airtin]
  4. Needham, Alex (27 Julie 2009). "Brit Pop Girls". Interview. Retrieved 18 Apryle 2013.
  5. "Twitter / charli_xcx: Who's coming to my XOYO show". Twitter. Retrieved 18 Apryle 2013.
  6. "Twitter / charli_xcx: @Coincidental AUGUST 1992 BABY!". Retrieved 18 Apryle 2013.
  7. Charli XCX - Album Sampler (images)
  8. "Premiere: Charli XCX Gloriously Gives No F#@ks In New Song 'Break The Rules'". BuzzFeed. Retrieved 12 October 2014.

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