The popularity of Cally’s catchy, melodic and honest style of dance-pop music is reflected in online streaming figures of over 15 million, plus the appearance of her singles in Spotify’s Viral Top 50 Charts all over the world. She has also made positive impressions on the music media with support from MTV, PopDust, The Sun, Pop Wrapped, The Vibe Guide, CelebMix, Dancing Astronaut and more.
The past two years have been particularly notable for the young Welsh singer. She received a ‘Best Introducing Artist of the Year 2018’ accolade by BBCIntroducing in Shropshire as well as a ‘BBC Introducing Artist of the Week’ plaudit, nationally.
On top of multiple plays on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio Wales, Kiss FM andCapital radio, Cally’s songs have been used in the BBC’s primetime TV show, StrictlyCome Dancing.
While much of the live music scene is ever changing due to COVID-19 restrictions, Cally’s 2021 diary currently includes a main stage appearance at Cardiff Pride as well as supporting Will Young and James Morrison at the famous Kew the Music outdoor spectacular.
For the Hoxton-based independent, Perfect Havoc – whose management roster also includes the double platinum selling Swedish producer, Tobtok - its fast-rising status is underlined by earning four UK Top 10s and platinum certified records, including Joel Corry's Sorry (No. 8), Lonely (No. 4), Head & Heart (No. 1) and a Top 20 hit with PS1 ft Alex Hosking ‘Fake Friends’, now clocking the label at over one billion streams.