Kali Uchis has debuted videos for singles from her upcoming album Por Vida, due February 4th. A few seconds of "Lottery," Kali's gummy doo-wop ballad that loops Delegation, sprinkles into "Call Me," a new collaboration with Tyler, the Creator that's all 6/8 soul and stumbling, off-center drums. So far, the duo's output bears the feeling of two kids trying on their grandparents' clothes, testing their acumen against the standards of Stax and Kudu catalogues with inspired results. "This video was a lot of fun to make, thanks to all the awesome people who helped me build the set by letting me borrow props," Uchis tells FADER of the self-directed clip. "I was inspired by Griselda Blanco, Wes Anderson films, early '70s/late '60s style and pastels." Read Kali Uchis' GEN F profile, too.
Kali Uchis Shares New Visuals For “Lottery” & “Call Me”
Por Vida is due February 4th.
January 26, 2015