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Kim Petras

This article will address the issue of Kim Petras, which has become very relevant in recent times. Kim Petras is a topic that impacts a large number of people in different areas of life, whether professional, personal, social or cultural. Throughout this article, different aspects related to Kim Petras will be explored, from its origin and evolution to its possible future implications. Different perspectives and opinions on the matter will also be analyzed, with the aim of offering a complete and enriching vision of this topic of great interest to today's society.

Kim Petras
Petras in 2021
Petras in 2021
Background information
Born (1992-08-27) 27 August 1992 (age 31)
Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
DiscographyKim Petras discography
Years active2008–present
Labels
Member ofK/DA
Websitekimpetras.com

Kim Petras (/ˈpɛtrəs/, German: [ˈpeːtʁas]; born 27 August 1992) is a German singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, California, United States. Between 2016 and 2020, she released music as an independent artist under her own imprint, BunHead Records, before signing with Amigo and Republic Records in 2021.

Petras began recording music as a teenager. Prior to releasing a full-length project, she independently released various singles from 2017 to 2019, including "I Don't Want It at All", "Heart to Break" and "1, 2, 3 Dayz Up", and has coined this series of singles as "Era 1". Several of these singles charted on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Songs chart. In 2019, Petras independently released her first two full-length projects, Clarity and Turn Off the Light.

Petras signed with Republic Records in 2021 and released the EP Slut Pop, her first project with Republic, the following year. Petras's collaborative 2022 single "Unholy" with Sam Smith topped charts internationally, including the UK Singles Chart and the Billboard Hot 100, making her the first openly transgender solo artist to reach number one in the United States. Petras was the first openly transgender artist to receive a Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (for "Unholy" in 2023) and the second transgender woman to win a Grammy following Wendy Carlos.

Early life

Petras was born in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia. Her mother is a choreographer and artist, her father is an architect, and her older sister is also a singer.[citation needed] The first song Petras wrote was "about this dude in second grade who didn't like me back". In 2006, Petras, then aged 13, appeared on a German television current-affairs show in which she discussed her medical gender transition. At age 14, she appeared in a documentary and a talk show, in a push to get permission for early sex reassignment surgery at age 16, before the minimum age of 18 in Germany. These appearances resulted in international media coverage of her transition, touting her as the "world's youngest transsexual".

In September 2007, Petras was a model for a German chain of hair salons. She was evaluated by the head of the psychiatric unit at Frankfurt Hospital, Bernd Meyenburg, and approved for gender-confirmation surgery at 16 years old. In November 2008, Petras announced that the surgery was completed. The Daily Telegraph claimed that Petras was the youngest person in the world to have had that surgery at the time. Petras told The Telegraph a few months after the procedure: "I was asked if I feel like a woman now – but the truth is I have always felt like a woman – I just ended up in the wrong body." Petras learned English by watching videos of Britney Spears.

Career

2008–2015: Career beginnings

Between 2008 and 2009, Petras released a string of singles under Joyce Records: "Fade Away" (2008), "Last Forever", "Die for You", and "Boomerang" (all 2009). In 2009, she was featured on "Taste" by Sobertruth and in 2011 was featured on "Magnetic". Later in 2011, Petras released her debut extended play, One Piece of Tape, under the imprint Bionic Ballroom.[citation needed]

At 19 years old, Petras moved to Los Angeles, living in the garage of a producer in Redondo Beach.

In 2013, Petras was featured on two singles named "Flight to Paris" and "Heartbeat" by German DJ Klaas. Throughout the next few years, Petras worked with producers including The Stereotypes, C.J. Abraham, Stephen Dresser, Johan "Jones" Wetterberg, Edward Ellis, and Aaron Joseph on a music career, releasing demos on her SoundCloud page, including one titled "STFU". For her contributions to social media, Petras was ranked at number 19 on Billboard's Artist Chart, listing developing artists, in July 2013. In 2015, Petras appeared on "You" by Isaac Phase for his album, Phase 00001.

2017–2019: Breakthrough with "Era 1"

In August 2017, Petras released her debut single "I Don't Want It at All", The song went on to reach the Spotify Global Viral chart. The accompanying music video for the song premiered in October on Vevo, and features a cameo appearance by Paris Hilton. In the same month, she was picked by Spotify to be one of the four artists named as a RISE Artist, a "program designed to identify and break the next wave of music superstars." During the end of 2017, Petras was dubbed "most likely to dominate the pop charts" by Paper magazine, and appeared on Charli XCX's mixtape Pop 2 (2017) for the track "Unlock It" alongside Jay Park.

Petras performing at Capital Pride in 2018

In January 2018, the Nicholas Harwood-directed video for Petras's single "Faded", which features Lil Aaron, premiered on Noisey, That same month, she appeared in the January issue of Galore. Petras released the breakup-inspired "Heart to Break" in February, to commemorate Valentine's Day. The song was given its radio debut on BBC Radio 1 on 19 February. Bryan Kress of Billboard noted how while the single is "still keeping Petras's upbeat, unabashed pop sound... ventures into new territory for the songwriter."

On 1 October 2018, Petras released Turn Off the Light, Vol. 1, a Halloween-themed extended play. The project was seen as a departure from Petras's typical sound, and features a guest appearance from the horror hostess character Elvira. Afterwards, Petras announced plans to release a single a month as a lead up to her debut album. She was featured on Cheat Codes' song "Feeling of Falling" in November 2018. Petras has been credited with composing the song "Young & Wild" on Twice's 6th EP, Yes or Yes.

In February 2019, Petras released three singles titled "1, 2, 3 Dayz Up" featuring Sophie, "If U Think About Me...", and "Homework" featuring Lil Aaron. Petras has not publicly expressed plans to release an album with these eleven "neon head" digital singles from late 2017 until early 2019, but has referred to this release period as "Era 1". In March 2019, Petras appeared as a headline act at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, noted as one of the world's largest pride festivals, which has been headlined by other notable acts including Kylie Minogue, Cher, Dua Lipa, Kesha, Sam Smith, The Veronicas and George Michael.

2019–2020: Clarity and Turn Off the Light

Petras performing in Berlin on her Clarity Tour in September 2019

Throughout May and June 2019, Petras released one song a week as a lead-up to her debut mixtape Clarity's release. In June, Petras embarked on the 24 date "Broken Tour" across North America and Europe. Petras was featured on the covers of Galore and Notion magazines that same month. Clarity was preceded by promotional singles including "All I Do Is Cry" and "Sweet Spot", and was accompanied by the lead single, "Icy", on its release date of 28 June 2019.

In August, Petras announced that there would be a limited edition vinyl pressing of Turn Off the Light, Vol. 1 through Urban Outfitters. Petras has announced that Turn Off the Light, Vol. 2 will be released exactly a year after the first part. On 1 October 2019, Petras's second mixtape Turn Off the Light was released. The album features all of the songs from Vol. 1 as well as nine new tracks, with a bonus track added a year later. On 11 February 2020, she released the single "Reminds Me". That same month, she announced that she would be the supporting act on the European leg of Camila Cabello's The Romance Tour, which was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

On 7 May, Petras released the single "Malibu". The song was promoted by a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and charted in the United Kingdom. Petras was later featured on the song "Broken Glass" by Kygo, from his album Golden Hour, released 29 May. She also released a new song "Party Till I Die", which was included on the 2020 reissue of Turn Off the Light. Petras's song "Reminds Me" was sampled by the Kid Laroi for his song "Reminds Me of You", a collaboration with Juice Wrld released on the first anniversary of his death.

2020–2022: Problématique and Slut Pop

On 6 November 2020, Petras was featured on K/DA's EP All Out, appearing on the song "Villain" alongside Madison Beer, which charted in New Zealand and on the US World Songs chart. In 2021, Petras was featured on remixes of several songs made popular on TikTok, including "Jenny" with Studio Killers, and "SugarCrash!" by ElyOtto and Curtis Waters. Additionally, her 2017 song "Unlock It" with Charli XCX and Jay Park went viral on the app. Petras additionally announced Turn Off the Light, Vol. 3 would be released sometime in 2021, although this plan did not come to fruition.

In August 2021, Petras signed to Republic Records and released "Future Starts Now" as the lead single from her major-label debut studio album, Problématique. Petras performed the song at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards pre-show on 12 September 2021, as the first out trans artist to perform at the VMAs. In November 2021, she performed two more songs from the forthcoming album — "Coconuts" and "Hit It from the Back" — when she appeared at the 2021 MTV Europe Music Awards, becoming the first out trans artist to perform at the EMAs, a show that MTV had deliberately hosted in Budapest, as "an opportunity to stand in solidarity" in protest against the Hungarian anti-LGBT law; likewise Petras's performance was intentionally raunchy and "sex positive" and spoke out to say "It's going to be pretty powerful to be in Hungary and perform the show when these laws have just happened". Petras also performed at the 2021 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, becoming the first out trans performer to do so. She was featured in the 2021 holiday film The Bitch Who Stole Christmas. On 3 December 2021, after overwhelming fan response on TikTok, Petras released "Coconuts", doing so around a month earlier than scheduled.

On 10 February 2022, after teasing some of the songs on TikTok, Petras announced a surprise EP titled Slut Pop, which was released the following day.

On 11 June 2022, Petras performed at Los Angeles Pride with Christina Aguilera.

On 30 July 2022, Petras seemingly confirmed via Twitter that Problématique (2022) had been scrapped. On 2 August 2022, many songs believed to be on the album leaked online. Petras responded to these leaks on Twitter, saying "It's ok if u wanna listen to the leaks ... I'm not getting to put out any music anyways I'm fucked."

2022–present: "Unholy" and Feed the Beast

On 22 September 2022, Petras released the song "Unholy", a collaboration with Sam Smith. The track went viral on TikTok and hit number one in various countries upon release, including Australia, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand. It was also her first career entry on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, eventually topping the chart in October 2022. This made Petras the first openly transgender woman in history to have a number-one song on the chart, and Smith the first openly non-binary person to do so.

Petras performing in Austin, Texas on her Feed the Beast World Tour in September 2023

On 5 February 2023, Petras and Smith won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Unholy". This made Petras the first openly transgender artist to win a major-category Grammy, and Smith the first non-binary artist to win a Grammy. During her acceptance speech, Petras thanked her mother, who she said "believed me, that I was a girl, and I wouldn't be here without her and her support". She also thanked musicians Madonna and Sophie.

Sparked by the massive commercial success of "Unholy", Petras released the singles "If Jesus Was a Rockstar" in November 2022 and "Brrr" in January 2023, both of which failed to live up to the success of their predecessor. On 17 February 2023, she stated that an album that she had been working on "for three years" was ready to be released the next summer, sharing her excitement for people to hear the songs. On 21 April, she released "Alone" with rapper Nicki Minaj. The song proved more successful, having charted in five countries. On 15 May, Petras announced her debut studio album Feed the Beast on her social media and "Alone" was officially announced as the lead single of the album. Previously released songs "Coconuts" and "Brrr" were also included on the album. In anticipation of the album, the news was celebrated as part of a live performance on NBC's Citi Concert series. She embarked on the Feed the Beast World Tour in support of the album.

On 18 September 2023, Petras surprise-released a revised version of Problématique. On 6 October, she teamed up with James Hype on the single "Drums", which samples Justin Timberlake's "Like I Love You".

Kim was scheduled to make the theme song of UEFA Euro 2024 with OneRepublic and Meduza, but on 20 March 2024, it was announced that Kim wouldn't participate anymore due "unforeseen shceduling issues". She was replaced by German singer Leony.

Artistry

Petras is a pop singer who also makes electronic dance music (EDM), dance-pop, electropop and bubblegum pop. She credits the late 1990s and early 2000s pop scene, as well as 1980s Italo disco, as the primary basis for her sound. Petras describes herself as a 'Kylie Minogue stan first', citing Minogue as a key influence to her sound as a pop artist. Petras's other inspirations include Katy Perry, Cher, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Madonna and the Spice Girls, as well as Boy George, Debbie Harry, Queen, Freddie Mercury, Judy Garland, Baby E, Lil Aaron, Liz Y2K, and Kesha. In an interview, Petras stated that "To me, pop music is an escape from my problems. I can put on my headphones and listen to it for three and a half minutes to forget about everything that's bothering me. It's always been that way for me. I feel like pop definitely saved my life in so many ways."

On her songwriting, Petras told Noisey that "there's something about making a song that everybody can sing and remember, and when you listen to it the first time you already know the words by the second chorus, like you've always known the song. I'm obsessed with that idea." She commented on themes, stating "I write about boys, heartbreak, sex, having fun and the things that I go through."

Public image

Following her debut, Petras was dubbed as "the new princess of pop" by Nasty Galaxy. The title was repeated by publications including Billboard, ABC News, V, and Idolator.

Following the release of her debut mixtape Clarity (2019), many reviewers praised the record but criticized her involvement with Dr. Luke, who had been accused of sexually and verbally assaulting Kesha in 2015. The same controversy was reignited in 2022 with the release of her EP Slut Pop, also produced by Dr. Luke. After the release of the EP, "#FreeKesha" trended on Twitter and Petras faced further backlash over lyrics in the EP referencing Lady Gaga, a supporter of Kesha and a survivor of sexual assault herself.

Petras has spoken several times about her experience with transphobia, both in her personal life and in her career, stating that many record labels turned her down over her being transgender and tried to get other labels to do the same.

In 2023, Petras became the second trans woman to be featured on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

Awards and nominations

Award Year Nominee(s) Category Result Ref.
Brit Awards 2023 "Unholy" (with Sam Smith) Song of the Year Nominated
British LGBT Awards 2020 Herself Top 10 Music Artists Nominated
2021 Nominated
GLAAD Media Awards 2019 Turn Off the Light, Vol. 1 Outstanding Music Artist Nominated
2020 Clarity Nominated
Grammy Awards 2023 "Unholy" (with Sam Smith) Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Won
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2023 Best Collaboration Won
TikTok Bop of the Year Nominated
MTV Europe Music Awards 2022 Video for Good Won
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2023 Best Collaboration Video (International) Won
Queerty Awards 2020 Herself Badass Nominated
"Sweet Spot" Anthem Nominated
2021 "Malibu" Nominated
2022 "Coconuts" Nominated
2023 "Unholy" (with Sam Smith) Won

Discography

Studio albums

Tours

Headlining

Supporting

Special guest

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