Mexican Songstress Carla Morrison returned in a big way following up her 2012 Latin GRAMMY winning album Dejenme Llorar with Amor Supremo (out now) - Her most personal and fully realized record to date. Culminating in a big win at the Latin GRAMMYS (Best Alernative Song “Azucar Morena”) and a GRAMMY nomination (Best Latin Alternative Album). As an explanation mark to such a wonderfully successful record- Carla returns with the acoustic/stripped down/re-imagined version entitled “Amor Supremo Desnudo.” (Naked) due out June 9th on Cosmica Records her longtime home.
Amor Supremo Desnudo was Produced by Alejandro Jimenez with Demian Jimenez (co-produced by Carla- similar to the Amor Supremo). For Amor Supremo Desnudo- Carla stayed in her adopted hometown of Mexico City and recorded these new versions during her on going tour. The album contains 2 new singles “Te Regalo” and “Dime Mentiras”. “Te Regalo” hits the ground running.
Amor Supremo Desnudo is Ms. Morrison’s further declaration of her continued independence and maturation- a glance at her life these last few years, coupled with a full bodied more universal sound made for global audiences.
Carla has made major in-roads since releasing her self-produced debut EP back in 2010. She has toured the U.S. many times over and currently is enjoying a huge wave of success in her native Mexico and has future plans to return to South America and Europe.
Carla has racked up prestigous festivals in both the United States (Coachella 2016, RuidoFest, Celebrate Brooklyn, LAMC at Central Park) and in Mexico (Viva Latino- 4 Times, Pa’l Norte Festival) and is one of the few independent artists to have performed at the legendary Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City. The aforementioned showcased Morrison at her emotionally rawest, with sometimes more than 80,000 fans singing along.
Recently Morrison’s music has been featured in “Quantico” (ABC), “Troll Hunters” (Netflix), “Sons Of Anarchy” (FX), “El Señor de los Cielos” (Telemundo) and commercial campaigns for Walmart (2014 and 2016) and Kleenex (2012). She made her acting debut in 2014 on the film “Ana Maria In Tele Novela Land” (Fluency Studios/NBC)—which had a theatrical run, showed on the Oxygen Network, and is available on VOD, iTunes, and Amazon.
Amor Supremo has garnered criitical accolades in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Pitchfork, NPR (All Things Considered, ALT.LATINO, First Listen), KCRW’s Today’s Top Tune, Boston Globe, Remezcla, Austin American Statesman, LA Weekly, Variety Latino, and most recently a feature in Billboard Magazine.