In 2007 Uffie made a cameo on Justice's "Tthhee Ppaarrttyy," which appeared on their debut album, Cross; contributed the song "Dismissed" to the Ed Banger compilation Ed Rec, Vol.2; and released the 12" single F1rst Love/Brand New Car. Her family once intended to spend a year sailing but a typhoon struck and the family had to abandon ship in the Philippines.In her teens, Hartley later moved with her mother to Fort Lauderdale and Miami, but at age 15 relocated to Paris with her father, after getting in quite a bit of trouble in the States.She became involved in the city's dance music scene after dating DJ Feadz (whom she met when she booked him for a party).The pair began making music together and released their songs via Uffie's My Space page starting in 2005.She lived in Hong Kong for most of her childhood, and was greatly influenced by the city.
In a 2008 interview, Uffie explained her relationship status. Uffie then began dating graffiti artist André Saraiva and the two were briefly married in August 2008 but were divorced over the summer in 2009. I’ve been underwhelmed by the headline, new young white popster/rappers until I heard this young lady’s record.
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Anna-Catherine Hartley was born in Florida but moved to Hong Kong when she was four years old due to her father’s work.
‘Give It Away’ sports a powerful melody and ‘MCs Can Kiss’ is a rampant, jagged and dirty tune.
‘Difficult’ is a standout, driving tune with monster melody and the most adventurous sound here (I’ve penned this one for radio airplay).