Carla Morrison About

Carla Patricia Morrison Flores, (Tecate de Baja California on July 19, 1986) better known as Carla Morrison; She is a singer and songwriter of the Mexican indie-pop and alternative pop genre.

The singer collaborated with Mark Erickson, multi-instrumentalist musician, and producer Morrison and Mark Erickson also worked together to perform the song “Tragos de Amargo Licor” by Ramón Ayala at a festival. This song was later included on her first EP, Aprendiendo a Aprender.

After collaborating with musician Mark Erickson, and producing on her first Babaluca album, Carla decided to return to Mexico to work and dedicate herself as a soloist.
Carla herself studied in Mexico City and Tempe, AZ, where she performed with various musicians. Carla has also collaborated with famous artists such as Juan Gabriel, Los Ángeles Azules, Kinky, Leonel García, Ximena Sariñana and Ana Torroja and many more.

In 2010 she released her second EP, produced by Natalia Lafourcade, album, “While You Asleep”; being a success, appearing in cities of the Mexican Republic and conquering some stages in the United States and Colombia.

Some of her most notable successes are also include: "Eres Tú", "Te Regalo", "Hasta La Piel"
and albums: “Amor Supremo” and she has won two Latin Grammys for her album, “Déjenme Llorar”, which has also been certified Gold in Mexico.