Lachi is a vocalist, songwriter, composer, producer and author based in New York City. Having released, cowritten or collaborated on numerous albums and singles, Lachi’s music is often described as Pop, EDM, or Singer Songwriter.
Lachi was spotted at a South by Southwest showcase by Fanatic Records/EMI-Caroline Distribution, who then signed her for one album. On July 27, 2010, her self-titled, alternative pop album Lachi was released. Songs from the album included single We Can Fly, which was featured on Oprah Radio, CW and NPR. During this time, Lachi performed at numerous high-visibility showcases, including PrideFest (Milwaukee), where she opened for Patti LaBelle.
Lachi then teamed up with Gary Pine to release “It’s Our Time,” a song she was commissioned to write for social music startup, Mixluv. She later flew to L.A. to record tracks with Trend Def Studios and in June 2015 released The Boss EP through Trend Def’s Sony imprint. The EP, which forays into commercial Pop/Dance and Dubstep, houses the single “Boss” which found a prominent feature on Oxygen Networks’s Bad Girls Club.
In October 2015 Lachi released her Fiction narrative, The Ivory Staff, under the name M. Lachi through the independent publisher, Library Tales Publishing.
In August 2016, Lachi collaborated with Israeli World Music producer Zafrir Ifrach and Moroccan vocalist Maxime Karouchi to create the Mediterranean-infused EDM track Dalale. She again collaborated with Trend Def studios to co-write and co-produce the song “Rude” which features pop artist Kendra Black and hip hop veteran Snoop Dogg.
In 2017, Lachi teamed up with artist management firm Big Management and released the EDM Hip Hop crossover track “Living A Lie” featuring Styles P. Lachi then collaborated with Markus Schulz on a song titled “Far” which Schulz placed on his 2018 Trance music album, We Are The Light.