Lexie Liu was born in Changsha, Hunan, China on December 21st, 1998 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 24, Lexie Liu biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.
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In January 2017, Liu's first original single "Coco Made Me Do It" was released and achieved more than 5 million views. In February 2017, she performed at SXSW music festival, one of the largest music festivals in the world, bringing Chinese Pop music to the US audience.
In January 2018, she composed a song called "Role" for Li Yifeng, a Chinese popular idol, singer, and actor.
In July 2018, Liu participated in The Rap of China, entered the final round with a song "Mulan," and eventually won fourth place. While competing in The Rap of China, Liu signed with American label 88rising.
In November, she released her new song "Sleep Away" from her upcoming debut EP 2030 which was previously released in China. The Fader named the track as one of “10 Songs You Need in Your Life”, Nylon listed it as the “Best Music Releases Of The Week", and Refinery29 said “their ears are very into Lexie.”
On 18 December 2018, Liu released her new cyberpunk-influenced single "Nada", complete with futuristic-themed music video. The Line of Best Fit described "Nada" as it "sees Lexie Liu's fierce, cross-cultural grit thrust into a science fiction dimension where language barriers don't exist, She fuses Mandopop with grimy beats against the visuals of her accompanying Tron-esque video, directed by mamesjao, in a retro-futuristic digital world." "Nada" also made its appearance on "Best Of the Week" by Apple Music once it came out.
In February 2019, Liu released her debut EP 2030 in the United States, which included two new singles "Outta Time" featuring Killy and "Love and Run".
In September 2019 her single "Ok, Ok, Ok" was released.
On December 27, 2019, her album Meta Ego was released.
On October 28, 2020, Liu voiced the champion Seraphine in Riot Games' virtual K-pop group, K/DA, in their new song "More" from their extended play All Out. Liu also performed on stage at the 2020 League of Legends World Championship in Shanghai.
On January 28, 2021, Liu released her second EP GONE GOLD internationally (released as Online 上线了 in China), featuring her then-newest single "ALGTR" which was self-written and self-produced alongside the rest of the EP. It marked yet another change in sound direction, with the EP taking in significantly more electro-pop influences compared to previous efforts. The project's contemporary theme, reflected in the title track's music videos and the rest of the track list's visualisers which were directed by frequent collaborator Jeremy Z. Qin, revolves around the idea of living in an online game as a character. It was inspired by the unrest experienced throughout 2020 as a result of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, where Liu's only source of understanding the world was solely through a screen - leading her to imagine what life would be like without this source.