Charli (album)

Charli is the third studio album by English singer and songwriter Charli XCX. It was released through Asylum and Atlantic Records UK on 13 September 2019.

Charli
A nude Charli XCX covered by ropes in front of a gray background
Studio album by
Released13 September 2019 (2019-09-13)
Recorded2017–2019[1]
Studio
  • Vincent Avenue (Los Angeles) and (Estonia)
  • Lotus Lounge (Los Angeles)
  • MXM Studios (Los Angeles)
  • Henson Studios (Los Angeles)
  • Westlake Studios (Los Angeles)
  • Paramount Recording Studios (Los Angeles)
  • PC Music Studios (London) and (Atlanta)
  • SARM Studios (London)
  • Lotus Library (Stockholm)
  • Wolf Cousins Studios (Stockholm)
  • Umroom (Hollywood)
  • Kung Fu Studios (Berlin)
  • Flume's House (Los Angeles)
  • The Stellar House (Venice, California)
  • Gold Tooth Music (Beverly Hills, California)
  • Below Studios (New Orleans)
  • Jungle City Studios (New York City)
Genre
Length50:53
Label
Producer
Charli XCX chronology
Pop 2
(2017)
Charli
(2019)
How I'm Feeling Now
(2020)
Singles from Charli
  1. "1999"
    Released: 5 October 2018
  2. "Blame It on Your Love"
    Released: 15 May 2019
  3. "Gone"
    Released: 17 July 2019
  4. "White Mercedes"
    Released: 23 October 2019[2]

The album is supported by a world tour, beginning in Atlanta on 20 September 2019. Charli was preceded by the singles "1999" with Troye Sivan, "Blame It on Your Love" featuring Lizzo, and "Gone" with Christine and the Queens. Charli was also promoted by the promotional singles "Cross You Out" featuring Sky Ferreira, "Warm" featuring Haim, "February 2017" featuring Clairo and Yaeji, and "2099" also featuring Sivan. The album was acclaimed by critics, who applauded the production and songwriting. Musically, it has been described as avant-pop[3][4] and electropop.[5]

Background and recordingEdit

 
Executive producer A. G. Cook came up with the album title Charli.

In 2017, Charli XCX was preparing to release her third studio album. However, a hacker was able to steal several demo tracks from her Google Drive and leaked them online. Fans gave the collection of leaks the unofficial title XCX World, though a title and track list was never finalised for the album. After the leaks, Charli XCX decided to scrap the entire project and decided to remake a new album.[6]

After a series of monthly single drops in the summer of 2018, Charli XCX released the lead single of the album, "1999" in October 2018. Charli XCX and executive producer A. G. Cook began recording the album in November 2018 at Flume's studio in Los Angeles, California. The project was initially intended to be the third release in a trilogy of mixtapes, following the release of Number 1 Angel and Pop 2. The title was to include the number "3", continuing the numbering motif, but the plan was never finalised. After two weeks of recording, Charli XCX decided that the work would instead be her third studio album. Recording continued in Eagle Rock from January to March 2019, where the majority of the album's songwriting and production took place. The song "White Mercedes" was recorded in Andrew Watt's home. Initially trying to keep the "3" in the title, a working title for the album was Best Friends before Cook suggested the title Charli.[1]

Release and promotionEdit

On 13 June 2019, Charli XCX announced Charli, along with its cover art, release date, and track list that featured 15 tracks and 14 collaborations.[7][8] Charli XCX debuted "Gone" with Christine and the Queens at Primavera Sound in Barcelona on 30 May[9] and "2099" with Troye Sivan at the Go West Fest in Los Angeles on 6 June.[10]

The album was supported by the Charli Live Tour. The tour was announced alongside the album's official reveal on 13 June 2019. The tour started on 20 September 2019 in Atlanta, United States and concluded in February 2020 in Australia.[11]

SinglesEdit

The album's lead single is a collaboration with Australian singer Troye Sivan, titled "1999". It was released on 8 October 2018, and its music video was released on 11 October 2018.[13] The album's second single is the original version of "Track 10", a song from Charli XCX's mixtape Pop 2, titled "Blame It on Your Love". It features American singer and rapper Lizzo, and was released on 15 May 2019. The album's third single, "Gone", is a collaboration with French singer and songwriter Christine and the Queens, the single features lyrics in both English, and French. It was released on 17 July 2019 alongside the track's music video.[14][15] The fourth single "White Mercedes" was released on 23 October 2019.[2] Its music video was released on 11 October 2019.[16]

Promotional and remix singlesEdit

The first promotional single, "Cross You Out", features American singer-songwriter Sky Ferreira, and was released on 16 August 2019.[17] The second promotional single, "Warm", features American pop-rock band Haim, and was released on 30 August 2019.[18] The third promotional single, "February 2017", features American singer-songwriter Clairo and Korean-American electronic music artist Yaeji, and was released on 6 September 2019.[19] The fourth and final promotional single, "2099", features Sivan and was released on 10 September 2019. A music video for "2099", showcasing Charli XCX and Sivan riding on jet skis, was released a week later on 17 September 2019.[20]

The No Boys remix of "Click" was released on 11 October 2019. The remix keeps Kim Petras' verse from the original but replaces Tommy Cash with Slayyyter.[21]

Critical receptionEdit

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?7.6/10[23]
Metacritic80/100[24]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic     [25]
The Guardian     [26]
The Line of Best Fit7/10[27]
NME     [28]
Pitchfork7.8/10[29]
Q     [30]
Rolling Stone     [4]
The Skinny     [31]
Slant Magazine     [32]
The Telegraph     [33]

Charli was met with positive reviews from critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from professional critics, the album received an average score of 80, based on 22 reviews.[24] At AnyDecentMusic?, which uses a weighted formula to find an average rating out of 10, it received a score of 7.6 based on 22 reviews.[23]

In a five-star review, Bethany Davison of The Skinny wrote "Charli is an expansive record, flooded with joy and heartache, consolidated in its array of features. Alongside indulgently unadorned ruminations on fear and love, the record is boundlessly liberating, decadently indulgent, and irresistibly danceable. Aitchison has delivered her greatest work yet".[31] Valerie Magan of Clash awarded the album 9/10, commenting: "'Charli' is no doubt an album of too many features and too many parts, but it somehow all fits together in a way that allows her penchant for unconventional songwriting and her ear for an exciting melody to work in concert, creating a project better than most anything she's done in the past".[34] Hannah Mylrea of NME stated that Charli is "Bold, brash and brilliant, this is Charli XCX at her most genuine, and it's dazzling."[28] Neil McCormick of The Telegraph commented that "The sexy android cover and star-studded collaborations (including alternative icons Lizzo, Haim and Christine and the Queens) on her third album, Charli, suggest an all-guns-blazing pitch for blockbuster status. But the contents are far weirder than that implies. [...] Come the century's end, you can almost imagine future critics scratching their AI-augmented brains and still touting Charli XCX as the next big thing."[33] The Line of Best Fit gave the album the "Album of the Week" designation, with Claire Biddles adding that "Charli is almost there. Ultimately she's too gloriously messy and multitudinous to produce such a thing. Although she could often benefit from an editor, her process and vision doesn't adhere to the music industry's prioritisation of the album format – which feels right for an artist whose music could be read as an attempt to dissolve time itself."[27]

Mick Jacobs, writing for PopMatters, gave the album a 6/10 rating, noting that "compared to the previous compilations' sense of liberation, Charli sounds at odds with its some of its invested players and parts: the label, the fans, and Charli the artist." Jacobs praised the track "Silver Cross", but criticised others such as "Thoughts" and "Blame It on Your Love", which he described as "a unneeded revamp [that] seems to exists just because her and Lizzo share both a label and rising profiles in the industry."[35] Rachel Aroesti of Q gave the album a mixed review, writing, "Between Cook's trademark production and the song-stealing brilliance of her collaborators, it often feels as if Aitchison's nasal croon and counter-intuitive toplines are the least interesting bits of her own project."

Year-end listsEdit

Publication Accolade Rank Ref.
Consequence of Sound Top 50 Albums of 2019
30
The Guardian The 50 Best Albums of 2019
21
NME The 50 Best Albums of 2019
47
Paste The 50 Best Albums of 2019
42
Stereogum The 50 Best Albums of 2019
22
Uproxx The Best Albums of 2019
32
The 35 Best Pop Albums of 2019
10
Variety The Best Albums of 2019
1
Vice The 100 Best Albums of 2019
10

Commercial performanceEdit

Charli debuted at number 14 on the UK Albums Chart with sales of 4,177 combined units.[45] It opened at number forty-two on the US Billboard 200 with sales of 13,200 album-equivalent units, of which 5,500 were pure album sales.[46]

Track listingEdit

Charli track listing
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Next Level Charli"Cook2:37
2."Gone" (with Christine and the Queens)
4:06
3."Cross You Out" (featuring Sky Ferreira)
  • Aitchison
  • Bao
  • Wiklund
  • Cook
  • Cook
  • Lotus IV
3:28
4."1999" (with Troye Sivan)3:09
5."Click" (featuring Kim Petras and Tommy Cash)
  • Cook
  • Umru
  • Brady
  • Petitfrère[a]
3:53
6."Warm" (featuring Haim)Cook3:45
7."Thoughts"
  • Aitchison
  • Cook
Cook3:11
8."Blame It on Your Love" (featuring Lizzo)
3:11
9."White Mercedes"
3:23
10."Silver Cross"
  • Cook
  • Aitchison
Cook3:28
11."I Don't Wanna Know"
  • Aitchison
  • Cook
Cook3:05
12."Official"
  • Aitchison
  • Bao
  • Patrik Berger
  • Cook
  • Keane
  • Cook
  • Keane
  • Berger
3:04
13."Shake It" (featuring Big Freedia, Cupcakke, Brooke Candy and Pabllo Vittar)
  • Cook
  • Petitfrère
4:35
14."February 2017" (featuring Clairo and Yaeji)2:33
15."2099" (featuring Troye Sivan)
  • Aitchison
  • Cook
  • Sivan
  • Petitfrère
  • Cook
  • Petitfrère
3:25
Total length:50:53
Japanese bonus tracks[47]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
16."Gone" (Clarence Clarity remix) (with Christine and the Queens)
  • Aitchison
  • Bao
  • Wiklund
  • Letissier
  • Petitfrère
3:51
17."Blame It on Your Love" (Kat Krazy remix) (featuring Lizzo)
  • Keane
  • Sloan
  • Lizzo
  • Aitchison
  • Bao
  • Stargate
2:30
18."1999" (Alphalove remix) (with Troye Sivan)
  • Aitchison
  • McLaughlin
  • Holter
  • Bao
  • Sivan
  • Holter
  • Alphalove[c]
3:55
Total length:61:09

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies an additional producer
  • ^[b] signifies a vocal producer
  • ^[c] signifies a remix producer
  • Physical releases of Charli credit Troye Sivan as a featured artist instead of a co-lead artist on "1999".
  • "Next Level Charli" interpolates a section of "Selecta" by Mz. Bratt.

PersonnelEdit

Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[48]

Musicians and vocalsEdit

TechnicalEdit

  • Charli XCX – executive production
  • A. G. Cook – executive production, engineering (1, 5–7, 10–14)
  • Geoff Swan – mixing (1–3, 5–7, 10–16)
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing (4, 9, 18)
  • Mark "Spike" Stent – mixing (8, 17)
  • John Hanes – mix engineering (4, 9)
  • Niko Battistini – mixing assistance (1–3, 5–7, 10–16)
  • Joe Burgess – mixing assistance (1–3, 5–7, 10–16)
  • Michael Freeman – mixing assistance (8, 17)
  • Matt Wolach – mixing assistance (8, 17)
  • Umru – engineering (5)
  • Aaron Joseph – engineering (5)
  • David Rodriguez – engineering (9)
  • Blake Mares – engineering (10)
  • Gethin Pearson – engineering (12)
  • Ben Lorio – engineering, recording for Big Freedia (13)
  • Nömak – engineering (13)
  • Planet 1999 – engineering (14)
  • Katherline Yaeji Lee – engineering (14)
  • Kourosh Poursalehi – engineering (15)
  • Sean Klein – engineering (15)
  • Stuart Hawkes – mastering (1–3, 5–15)
  • Randy Merrill – mastering (4)
  • Clarence Clarity – mastering (16)
  • AYA – mastering (17)
  • Kevin Grainger – mastering (18)
  • Lotus IV – recording for Sky Ferreira (3)
  • Noah Passovoy – vocal recording (4, 18)
  • Peter Carlsson – vocal recording, vocal production (4, 18)
  • Mikkel Eriksen – recording (8, 17)
  • Thomas Warren – recording (8, 17)
  • Oscar Schiller – recording for Brooke Candy (13)
  • Bastien Doremus – vocal engineering for Christine and the Queens (2, 16)
  • Tommy Cash – vocal engineering (5)
  • Oscar Holter – vocal production (4, 18)
  • Andrew "Schwifty" Luftman – production coordination (9)
  • Zvi "Angry Beard Man" Edelman – production coordination (9)
  • Sarah "Goodie Bag" Shelton – production coordination (9)
  • Drew "Grey Poupon" Salamunovich – production coordination (9)
  • Jeremy "Jboogs" Levin – production coordination (9)
  • David "Dsilb" Silberstain – production coordination (9)
  • Samantha Corrie "SamCor" Schulman – production coordination (9)

Design and artworkEdit

  • Jed Skrzypczak – creative design
  • Ines Alpha – digital art

ChartsEdit

Chart performance for Charli
Chart (2019) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[50] 7
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[51] 73
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[52] 55
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[53] 54
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[54] 50
French Albums (SNEP)[55] 92
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[56] 91
Irish Albums (IRMA)[57] 21
Japan Hot Albums (Billboard Japan)[58] 46
Japanese Albums (Oricon)[59] 86
Lithuanian Albums (AGATA)[60] 63
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[61] 26
Scottish Albums (OCC)[62] 9
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[63] 28
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[64] 54
UK Albums (OCC)[65] 14
US Billboard 200[66] 42

ReferencesEdit

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c Nicolas Petitfrère uses the stage names Ö and Nömak.[49] As both stage names are credited on this release, his credits on this article are attributed to his real name for clarity.

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