Katharina Boger (born November 24 in Kazakhstan and raised in Germany) is a singer and songwriter. After completing her studies (Johann Sebastian Bach School of Music), she relocated to Los Angeles, California, United States. She released her first EP on February 17, 2017 titled "Bad Girl", where she began gaining recognition. Her first studio EP Angels & Devils was released on April 19, 2019.
Life and career
Boger was born in Ksyl-Orda, Kazakhstan, to Anna and Alexander Boger. She has an older Brother, Sergej. At the age of 4, Boger and her family moved to Leipzig, Germany where she grew up bilingual (Russian/German). After graduating university Boger attended Johann Sebastian Bach School of Music where she learned to play the piano and started writing her first songs. After several demo tape recordings in Leipzig, Hamburg and Osnabrück, Boger went to London to produce some of her songs professionally.
2017 - present
In 2017 Boger released her first EP “Bad Girl” and decided to relocate to Los Angeles, CA, where she started working with Producer and Singer/Songwriter Nicholas J. Turpin (known for his work with e.g. Justin Bieber, David Guetta). In 2019 Boger released her lates EP “Angels & Devils”.
Boger's music is generally described as pop and R&B with elements of hip hop and trap music. Lyrically she plays with the “Angel & Devil” theme. Boger said in an interview, “We all have a little angel and a little devil inside of us and both fight with each other how to act right or wrong. Sometimes sassy things are more interesting even if we know that they are not the best decisions, but we choose to go for them. [...] One day I’m the emotional, sensitive little angel and in my next song I can be a sassy, playful explosion of a devil. [...] I feel both parts inside of me and I love to share these feelings with my audience.” Boger names Rihanna, Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey, Bruno Mars and Michael Jackson as her biggest influences.
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