Personal growth, living in the moment, connection and healing are some of the themes that converge in KiKi Holli's music. The Pittsburgh-born singer had her first approach to the arts, theatre and music, at a very young age. She is now releasing her new single Sun Playing Tricks, which is a sultry fever dream in a mirage of lost love. And we have good news for her fans because the artist is working on a new EP, creating relatable music that culminates into a diary of hope for listeners across the globe.
Since the release of her debut single consisting of a breathtaking cover of Roxy Music's More Than This, a raw and intimate version of the celebrated 80's hit, KiKi Holli has not stopped creating vulnerable music in which mental health and interpersonal relationships are essential elements. She draws on inspiration from her rich theatrical background, as well as from iconic artists such as Prince, Dusty Springfield, The Cure, Stevie Nicks and Siouxsie and the Banshees. All this coexists in perfect gear achieving a personal connection with the public, who easily empathize with the messages and reflections she shares.

Her latest single Sun Playing Tricks is produced and mixed by Grammy-nominated Ethan Allen. This exciting alt-pop song with a soulful vibe was recorded at Royal Triton Studios in Silverlake, and mastered by Grammy winner David Collins. The song is layered with warm sun-dripped vocals full of depth and is a sneak peek of where Holli's sound is headed. We will have to wait a little longer to find out about her new project, but what is clear is that her identity remains intact and she’s focused on her great passion in life, music.