Charli XCX Biography
(Singer and Songwriter Known for Her Hit Singles ‘I Love It’ and ‘Boom Clap’)
Birthday: August 2, 1992 (Leo)
Born In: Cambridge, England, United Kingdom
Charlotte Emma Aitchison, popularly known as Charli XCX, is a British singer and songwriter. She has released a total of two studio albums, two mixtapes, and two extended plays in her career so far. Influenced by the likes of David Bowie, Donna Summer, Marilyn Manson, and Rihanna, she began her career at the age of sixteen. Some of her early singles include '!Franchesckaar!' and 'Stay Away'. She gained prominence after Alex Metric released the song ‘End of the World’ which featured her vocals. Following the song’s broadcast on BBC's Radio One, she gained much attention. She released her debut studio album at the age of 20. The album 'True Romance' did well commercially and reached multiple charts. Her second studio album 'Sucker' also turned out to be an international hit. It was a huge commercial success, debuting at number 28 on the US Billboard 200. It entered the charts in various other countries as well. Her EP 'Vroom Vroom' which was released recently also gained significant recognition. In her career so far, Charli has won several awards, including a Billboard Music Award and a Radio Disney Music Award.