In 2005 Uffie booked DJ Feadz for a party she was organizing, and the two began a relationship shortly after.Feadz constantly pressured Uffie to provide vocals for some of his tracks and finally in late 2005 Uffie wrote "Pop the Glock" while on holiday and released it as a Myspace demo.She stated in a series of responses to fans that she was planning new releases, in addition to a tour.
and is known for working with her labelmates and friends, such as Feadz, Mr. She was briefly married to French graffiti artist André Saraiva between 20.
Uffie's music incorporates synthpop, She is perhaps best known for her single "Pop the Glock", as well as "TThh Ee PPa ARRt TYY", her 2007 collaboration with labelmates Justice.
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Anna-Catherine Hartley was born in Florida but moved to Hong Kong when she was four years old due to her father’s work.
She lived in Hong Kong for most of her childhood, and was greatly influenced by the city.
Uffie’s name comes from the French words Un Oeuf (which means “an egg”), a nickname her father gave her as a child for being so rowdy.The single received positive reviews from the New York Post, Singles "F1rst Love", "Pop the Glock", "MCs Can Kiss", and "ADD SUV" also managed to chart in various countries such as Belgium, France, Japan, and the UK.Also in 2010, Uffie, who was originally studying to be a fashion designer in Paris, announced her partnership with clothing brand Diesel to design a 12-piece collection that ranges from a structured leather-and-denim corset jumpsuit to an oversize ombre bag.It was later announced that "Difficult" would be released as an EP on October 18, 2010 through Ed Banger Records, Because Music and Elektra Records, containing remixes from Sebasti An and Azari & III.A music video for the single was released on October 6, 2010 and was directed by French filmmakers AB/CD/CD."Pop the Glock" and its B-side "Ready to Uff" were both given an official release titled Pop the Glock/Ready to Uff on February 27, 2006 through Ed Banger Records. Canadian electronic duo Crystal Castles featured vocals sampled from Uffie on the track "Make It Hott", although it was never officially released, it can be found through various audioblogs. And it was a very not nice experience dealing with him, I have to say [...] I don't know what this guy's problem is but on the credits I think it even says something like he wrote it.