Carla Morrison


Grammy-nominated and three-time Latin Grammy-winning artist Carla Morrison remains one of the most pivotal artists of the past decade with her art surpassing the boundaries of the Latin space resulting in a global, devout following and large cultural impact. Carla has amassed millions of streams, sold out shows around the world, and is a bonafide critical press darling. 

A child of the border, the Tecate, Baja California-born musician cultivated a global cult following and large critical acclaim through her unique honest, and deeply relatable approach to music. Her astronomical rise came from the success of her 2010 EP Mientras Tú Dormías, onto 2012’s Déjenme Llorar and then the explosive 2016 release of Amor Supremo, which earned her multiple Grammy noms and Latin Grammy wins. Her rise included taking the outdoor stage at Coachella, filling to capacity Mexico City’s famed Auditorio Nacional, and sold-out U.S. tours followed. Most recently, she was featured on projects by Ricky Martin, J Balvin and Nicky Jam, the latter of which sampled her song “Disfruto” on his explosive track “Desahogo.” 

Carla has positioned herself outside of the pack through her raw retellings of emotional, and personal heartbreaks which are at the bedrock of Morrison’s material. She has accomplished monumental feats that many Latinx artists were not able to achieve in the United States before the recent Latin music explosion (pre-“Despacito”), ultimately breaking down boundaries for many artists today. 

Carla made her first public appearance on one of the world’s biggest stages at the Latin Grammys in November 2020 with a striking performance with Ricky Martin for his song “Recuerdo.” 

In April of 2022, Carla released her highly anticipated album, El Renacimiento, via her longtime independent label, Cosmica. This body of work chronicled her journey of healing from loss and returning to music and serves as her artistic reemergence and rebirth. Although her style was still rooted in her beloved acoustic-heavy sound, the project showcased her ability to effortlessly venture into a larger pop realm with versatility and depth. With over 50 million streams within the first three weeks of release, the album arrived to worldwide critical acclaim and was lauded by The New York Times, Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard and many others.

The tremendous support for the album resulted in striking performance for NPR’s beloved series Tiny Desk, Carla’s colossal national headlining tour and a trek supporting Coldplay on their Music of The Spheres tour in Latin America. 

The album received two Latin Grammy nominations for Best Pop Vocal Album and Song Of The Year for “Encontrarme,” for which she delivered an arresting performance at the awards ceremony. 

El Renacimiento has firmly solidified Carla’s rightful position as a pioneer and an ever-present force in music to this day.

Most recently, Carla released this newest song “Todo Fue Por Amor” which sountracked the upcoming film Con Esta Luz (With This Light). The film honors the life of a beloved Honduran community leader named Sister Maria Rosa Leggol who dedicated her entire life to caring for women and children escaping poverty and cyclical violence in Honduras. The film will released in August 2023 in Los Angeles and select theatres. 

Additionally, Carla will be performing at the legendary Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on August 12th as part of her new US headlining tour that starts in August 4 in Napa, CA and wraps on August 21st in Chicago, IL with a standout show at the legendary Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on August 12th.





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