Call Me Karizma

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Background information
Birth nameMorgan Parriott
BornApril 28, 1995
  • New Prague
  • Minnesota
  • U.S.
  • Rock
  • Pop
  • Hip-Hop
  • Singer
  • Producer
  • Songwriter
Years active2014–present
  • Independent
  • Arista Records 2018-2020
Associated acts
  • Mod Sun
  • Mike's Dead
WebsiteOfficial Website
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CitizenshipUnited States of America

Morgan Parriott, known professionally as Call Me Karizma, is a singer, songwriter, and producer from New Prague, Minnesota (small town outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota).[1] With current music dating back to 2016, he has released a series of songs and an EP called "The Gloomy Tapes" under Arista Records before independently releasing his first major studio album "To Hell With Hollywood" in December, 2020.

Early life and Education

Parriott was born in New Prague, Minnesota. He has 1 brother. After high school, he attended community college to pursue a degree in early childhood education but school was pushed to the side as he began touring full-time. In 2020, Parriott went back to college to finish his degree.[2]

Music Career

Parriott started writing deeply personal songs at age 10,[3] and later paid his way through college through touring. During his sophomore year, his first major break was a national tour opening up for Mod Sun & blackbear. That led to him touring the US and Canada for several years before signing a record deal with Sony Music Entertainment's Arista Records under David Massey.

In 2018, he released a collaboration called "God Damnit" with international DJ, Illenium. This was premiered at Red Rocks Amphitheater.[4]

While under Arista Records, he released the sequel to his first EP "The Gloomy Tapes, Vol 1."; "The Gloomy Tapes, Vol 2."[5] His lead single "Monster (under my bed) was featured on the TV show The Purge, Season 2 Episode 7.[6]

After parting ways from Arista in 2020, Parriott announced the release of his first major studio album To Hell With Hollywood. The 14 track album released on December 10th, 2020 charted Top 5 on iTunes Alternative Charts.[7]



  • To Hell With Hollywood (2020)[8]


  • The Gloomy Tapes, Vol. 2 (2019)[9]
  • The Gloomy Tapes, Vol. 1 (2018)[10]

As featuring artist

  • "F**k Up" (Gabriel Black featuring Call Me Karizma) (2019)[11]
  • "Hello My Loneliness" (Delaney Jane featuring Call Me Karizma) (2019)[12]
  • "Untouchable" (Futuristic featuring Call Me Karizma) (2019[13])
  • "God Damnit" (Illenium with Call Me Karizma) (2018)
  • "Black Magic" (The Ready Set featuring Call Me Karizma) (2018)[14]


  1. Frometa, RJ. "Call Me Karizma Releases New Music Video for "Johnny"". Vents Magazine. Retrieved June 14, 2018.
  2. Voice, Brand. "Call Me Karizma is Creating Positive Impact". Yahoo Finance. Retrieved December 2, 2020.
  3. Morin, Natalie. "Call Me Karizma gets real in haunting "Serotonin"". Earmilk.
  4. Crestejo, Vanessa. "Illenium Drops Highly Anticipated Track "God Damnit"".
  5. "New Music Alert! Call Me Karizma". Alt 103.7.
  6. Parriott, Morgan. "Monster (under my bed)". Tunefind.
  7. Parriott, Morgan. "Top 5 Alternative iTunes Charts". Twitter.
  8. Parriott, Morgan. "Apple Music".
  9. Parriott, Morgan. "Apple Music".
  10. Parriott, Morgan. "Apple Music".
  11. Parriott, Morgan. "Apple Music".
  12. Parriott, Morgan. "Apple Music".
  13. Parriott, Morgan. "Apple Music".
  14. Parriott, Morgan. "Apple Music".

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