Kim Petras is a German singer and songwriter, currently based in Los Angeles. Since 2016, Petras has been releasing music as an independent artist under her own imprint, BunHead Records.
Petras was born and raised in Cologne, where she had become subject of media coverage after undergoing gender transition at a young age. Petras began recording music as a teenager, releasing her debut extended play One Piece of Tape in 2011. She independently released her debut single in 2017, the Dr. Luke-produced "I Don't Want It at All", which went on to top several viral music charts on Spotify. The song was followed by Billboard-charting singles "Feeling of Falling", "Heart to Break", and "1, 2, 3 Dayz Up".
Following her early success, Petras released a slew of digital singles which would later comprise her unofficial body of work known as "Era 1". On 1 October 2018, Petras released the Halloween-themed, novelty EP Turn Off the Light, Vol. 1. Her first studio album Clarity was released on 28 June 2019. The record was preceded with a nine-week-long promotional campaign, during which Petras released one single a week with an accompanying visual video.
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