Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Kali Uchis was first noticed for her music after putting out her 2012 mixtape, Drunken Babble. She released her debut EP titled Por Vida in 2015 and followed it up with her first studio album, Isolation, in 2018.

In 2021, the Alexandria, Virginia native's career got a stronger boost with her second studio album, Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonois). 

Also, her first Spanish language project. ‘Telepatia,’ a song in the album, was a tremendous hit, landing a spot on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

In 2023, her third album Red Moon in Venus debuted in the top ten on the Billboard 200 with titles such as 'Moonlight,' 'I Wish You Roses,' and 'Fantasy.'

But Her music isn’t the only thing that has attracted attention from fans. People are just as interested in the bi-sexual artist's personal life.

In this article, we delve into the sexuality and relationship timeline of Kali Uchis and her boyfriend, including their net worth and age comparison. 

Is Kali Uchis Gay?

Uchis had always been bisexual her entire life. She has been vocal about her sexuality, as portrayed in her song 'To Feel Alive' in 2020. 

"I've been bisexual my whole life. ... People are constantly trying to find something to invalidate. I want more people in the Latin community to feel like they can express themselves freely and not have to confine themselves," she told The Day in 2021. 

"That's why it was so important to me to make this album — I want to show them what Latin music can be," she related about her album  "Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios)," which English translation is "Without Fear (of Love and Other Demons)."

In 2019, Uchs shared in Gay Times that she grew up loving Gay icons such as George Michael, Prince, and Bowie when asked if she had gay icons "growing up wo many gays in your family."

Who is Kali Uchis' Boyfriend Don Toliver?

Don Toliver is an A-list American rapper and singer who is known for his singles such as 'After Party',  'No Idea' and 'Fantasy.' 

The Houston native released his third album Love Sick with songs such as 'Private Landing' and 'Embarrassed' in 2023.

He is signed to Travis Scott's Cactus Jack Records and initially got popular for his performance on 'Can't Say,' a popular song from Scott's third album Astroworld in 2018. 

He had zero musical experience before releasing his music in 2017 (collaborative mix-tape Playa Familia and singles 'I Gotta' and 'Diva'). 

Caleb Zackery "Don" Toliver was born on 12 June 1995. He is 28 years old and over a month older than his girlfriend Karly-marina Lozia, professionally known as Kali Uchis, who was born on 17 July 1994. 

According to Celebritynetworth, Uchis has an estimated net worth of $4 million. Similarly, her boyfriend Don Toliver also has an estimated net worth in the range of $4 to $5 million. 

In April 2023, the pair visited California in April 2023 for the Coachella 2023.

In the event held at  Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, both Kali was joined by her beloved boyfriend Toliver to play their song 'Fantasy' from her latest EP Red Moon in Venus.

And Uchis also made headlines for screaming "gay rights" during the performance of her hit single 'Telepatia." 

If interested, you can buy tickets for Toliver's latest tour for his album Love Sick from his website  Don Toliver Music.

Current Boyfriend: Don Toliver

People started thinking Toliver and Uchis were dating after he released the music video for his song, ‘Drugs N Hella Melodies’ on 18 June 2021. She was featured in the song and was also present in the video.

Previously, the pair had been given some indications on their social media about their relationship in 2020.

Even before noticing the two’s chemistry in the music video, the two had sparked relationship rumors after the rapper shared pictures of his 27th birthday celebration with Uchis, which suggested that they had gone Instagram official.

The rapper had shared a snap on Instagram of the two enjoying an intimate moment in a car and write in the caption, "Best Birthday Ever. I Promise. Thank you All For the B-Day wishes."

And in the comment section, fans saw Uchis replying to him stating that she hoped he rejoiced on his birthday and also calling him a "crazy man."

A month later, Toliver revealed to W Magazine that Uchis was his girlfriend. He shared,

We’re not crazy public or nothing like that,” he says slowly. “We just vibe. I already had it in my mind to go out there (Columbia) and shoot a video with her incorporated into it, to make it a real-deal situation.

The rapper shared their 2023's Valentine celebration via an Instagram video in which he is seen giving her flowers and intimately dancing with her.

And in the captions, he wished "happy valentine" to his partner Uchis and also disclosed that his song 4me featuring Uchis would drop soon. 


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Yung Gleesh

Uchis and Yung Gleesh were together in 2018 when he was accused of assault. According to a report by Statesman, Gleesh, whose real name is Asa Asuncion, was accused of assaulting a woman in downtown Austin in 2015.

Prior to the incident, he performed at the South by Southwest music festival and stayed at his and the woman’s mutual friend’s home. A friend of the woman also testified against Gleesh, and he was sentenced to five years in prison for attempted assault.

Uchis told the jury that her boyfriend had matured over the years and was suitable for probation. She also shared that the charges had ruined Gleesh’s rap career.

People don’t come to his shows. People don’t book his shows. People don’t want anything to do with him.

The two parted ways on friendly terms later on because of personal reasons.


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Omar Apollo

Following her split from Gleesh, Uchis was thought to be involved with singer Omar Apollo after he shared a picture of Uchis and him at a pool party.

However, she later shared a story on her Instagram Live where she expressed her confusion at being perceived as a couple with Apollo by a server at a restaurant. 

Uchis once again confirmed that she did not date Apollo when talking to Steve Lacy for Interview Magazine in October 2020.

It was hard to wrap my head around [the point of dating] because I’m a relationship person, but I’ve been single for over a year and a half now. It feels fine to just be getting to know people and going on dates.