Kali Uchis is instantly recognizable. It isn’t just her beauty—those big, striking eyes and her signature pout. It’s also her raspy, primed-for-ASMR singing voice. It’s her aesthetic, which is infused with distinct notes of an upbringing in the barrios of Colombia and a retro babydoll glam. It all pulls from a certain Amy Winehouse-ian school of thought, one that centers around communicating chronic heartbreak through a tortured, winged-liner female avatar.