Early in her career, UPSAHL released songs that gained much-deserved recognition throughout the Phoenix music scene. As a graduate of the Arizona School for the Arts, she went on to ignite a groundswell of fan adoration and tastemaker praise by way of numerous indie alternative gems. “Can You Hear Me Now” achieved a palpable viral buzz followed by the widely praised single “Drugs,” which has been used in nearly two million TikTok videos, reaching #6 on the Viral Chart and the #1 Sound on the Trends Chart.
2020 was a standout year where UPSAHL released her second EP Young Life Crisis, which
Billboard crowned as one of the Top 25 Pop albums of the year. UPSAHL undertook her first co-write on “Good in Bed" for Dua Lipa’s GRAMMY Award-winning blockbuster, Future Nostalgia, and lent her pen to Madison Beer on her fiery single “BOYSHIT,” as well as Mike Shinoda’s upbeat anthem “Happy Endings,” which featured herself and iann dior. UPSAHL has also collaborated with Anne-Marie and Little Mix on “Kiss My (Uh Oh).” Most recently, UPSAHL joined forces with GAYLE on her track “e-z,” was featured on the star-studded film Bullet Train soundtrack, with the song “My Time to Shine,” co-wrote three songs on Renee Rapp’s latest EP Everything To Everyone, and was featured on NGHTMRE’s single “ATMOSPHERE” from debut DRMVRSE. Her latest collaboration with Alan Walker on the single “Shut Up,” which UPSAHL co-wrote and is featured on, steadily climbs various charts around the world.
In the fall of 2021, UPSAHL released her debut album Lady Jesus, anointing the singer as one of People Magazine’s “Talented Emerging Artists Making Their Mark in 2022” and “a musical force to be reckoned with” (Nylon). It was followed by the powerful statement-making “Monica Lewinsky,” a feminist anthem, in addition to “Antsy,” and “Into My Body off her star-sign inspired EP Sagittarius out today. The EP provides an introspective glimpse into her fiery persona and pay homage to her sign.
The latest EP follows on the heels of UPSAHL’s highly successful debut headline tour, where she sold out venues across the US, and then continued on an expansive international tour, which included Australia, the UK and Europe.. Her high-octane performance style has also earned her spots on major festival lineups, including Lollapalooza, and tour support for acts including Olivia O’Brien, Fletcher, Yungblud, PVRIS, BROOKS, and K. Flay.