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Artist Info

Angelica Garcia

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Angelica Garcia is an American singer-songwriter currently based in Richmond, Virginia. She has released two studio albums. Her song "Jícama" became widely known when US President Barack Obama selected the track for his 2019 year-end list.

Born in Los Angeles, California, and raised in El Monte in the San Gabriel Valley east of Los Angeles, Garcia's mother, who is of Mexican and Salvadoran descent, was a freestyle musician who performed under the mononym Angelica and scored a top-40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 with her 1992 cover of the Rosie and the Originals's song, "Angel Baby".

Garcia studied creative writing at Cooperative Arts High in New Haven, Connecticut, then returned to Southern California and graduated from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts where she studied vocal jazz and sang at the Monterey Jazz Festival in Monterey, California. When she was 17, Garcia's family moved to Accomac, Virginia, before moving on her own to Richmond.

Garcia appears in the racing video game Forza Horizon 5 as the DJ of the in-game rock-oriented radio station Horizon XS, which includes her song "Karma the Knife" from Cha Cha Palace in its soundtrack.

Her studio albums include Medicine for Birds (2016), Cha Cha Palace (2020),
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