Kali Uchis - Telepatía

March 25, 2021

Grammy Award-winning artist Kali Uchis releases the music video for her viral song "Telepatía", directed by her.

The shooting took place in her hometown, Pereira, Colombia, with the end result highlighting her Latin American roots.

"The song came about so naturally and I wanted the video to reflect that," says Kali Uchis. "No overproduction, just the beautiful natural magic of the country that I had the honor of calling home all my life, Colombia. Enjoy".

"Telepatía" has collected over 131 million streams worldwide and is at # 1 on the chart for "Top Latin Songs" on Apple Music, # 2 on Spotify's Global Viral Chart and # 2 on the Global Top Songs Chart.

The song has also been added to some of Spotify's biggest playlists, such as "¡Viva Latino!", "Today's Top Hits" and "Pop Rising".


"Telepatía" is included in Kali Uchis's second studio album, "Sin Miedo (del Amor and Otros Demonios) ∞" released in November 2020 by Interscope Records / Universal Music.

The album, which received rave reviews, features singles such as "La Luz" with Jhay Cortez and "Aquí Yo Mando" with Rico Nasty, as well as entries by PARTYNEXTDOOR and Jowell & Randy.

Kali Uchis won her first Grammy Award last week in the "Best Dance Recording" category with her participation in Kaytranada's single "10%". She is also nominated for the "Favorite Pop Album" award at this year's Latin American Music Awards, being the only woman nominated in this category.

She grew up in Virginia and Colombia and became famous with the EP "Por Vida" in 2015, while her maiden album "Isolation" (2018) was included in the list of the best albums of that year in the media. such as Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, NPR, Vulture and many more.

Kali Uchis has collaborated and shared the stage with artists such as Gorillaz, Jorja Smith, Juanes, Diplo, Major Lazer, Tyler, The Creator, Daniel Caesar, Bootsy Collins, Snoop Dogg, Kaytranada and Leon Bridges and has appeared in top festivals. such as "Tropicalia", "Coachella", "Governors Ball", "Bonnaroo", "Austin City Limits", "Lollapalooza" and many more.

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