Charli Oh is a remarkable 18-year-old singer/songwriter based in Meanjin/Brisbane. With a background in musical theatre and jazz, Charli's musical style seamlessly blends Alt-Pop and R&B, showcasing her versatility and creative range. Inspired by the likes of Melanie Martinez, Ariana Grande, and Twenty-One Pilots, she infuses her own life experiences into emotionally-driven alt-pop ballads. When listening to Charli's music, pay close attention to her lyrics, as she subtly weaves subliminal messages that explore the nuances of coming of age, relationships, and personal discovery. Through her talent and authenticity, Charli Oh is poised to make a lasting impact on the music industry.
As a proud Kuku Yalanji Bama of the Daintree in Queensland, Charli's passion for music and theatre led her to pursue her studies at the Australian Catholic University, further underscoring her dedication to her craft and her commitment to artistic growth. Her talent and dedication have afforded her incredible opportunities, including traveling through Europe with the Australian Girls Choir and sharing the stage with renowned Australian artists such as Hugh Jackman and Amy Shark.
In 2021, Charli Oh released her debut EP, 'Teen Trash', which features her first single of the same name. It's worth noting that Charli wrote this project during her junior high school years, showcasing her early talent and commitment to her craft. Building on her success, she followed up with her second EP, '17', which serves as a compelling coming-of-age statement and adds to her growing collection of music. Her Christmas single in the same year, 'Till I Got You (It Ain't Christmas)', further expanded her artistic horizons and delighted fans.