From charting on the US Billboard’s to opening for G-Eazy, Karli has already earned her credentials in the industry.
The Austrian-born singer, songwriter and producer – yeah, the woman's got talent – spent time in London nurturing her talents at Tape Studios, a frequent stop for the biggest names in music from Drake, Rihanna to will.i.am.
She's collaborated with producers such as the grammy-winning Illmind and Brendan “Donut” Bell, whose credits range from Justin Bieber to Fergie.
With connections such as these, and a sound to match, expect to hear much more of Karli in the near future – starting with her Me and My London.
What upcoming project(s) are you most excited about?
Since living between London and LA, so many opportunities have come my way which have been incredible. I've recently started working with international recording artist Jackson Wang, who's crushing it in Asia and currently growing really fast in the US.
We have a few songs in the pipeline that I'm definitely excited about. I’d say my favourite recent collaborator at the moment is Scooter Braun's latest signee, Nick Lee, who's not only a great producer and musician but has become a very good friend of mine in the shortest amount of time. Every track we've co-produced so far is a smash!
What is your proudest professional accomplishment?
It is yet to come... but reaching the Top 10 Billboard Album chart as a Songwriter/Producer is definitely up there. At the same time I was peaking at number 2 in the Korean Gaon Chart and Top 10 in Japan (Oricon Chart) so that felt pretty special.
If you could change one thing about your career, what would it be?
I wish I had a little more confidence at the start of my musical career to not wait on help and advice from others in the industry, when I really had it there inside of me bubbling! I probably would have moved to the states more frequently at the beginning too.
Saying that, all those experiences good and bad have made me who I am today. I remind myself that I am only here to experience life and I wouldn't want to trade what I’ve learnt for anything different. My personal growth has come with that and reflects through my music.
What do you hope to achieve that you haven’t yet?
I just want to continue to grow and be the best version of myself. After taking a long break from releasing my own music I really know now what I had missed, creating just for myself. 2020 I am ready!