2014 has been a big year for Charli XCX. The singer-songwriter featured on rapper Iggy Azalea’s massive hit “Fancy,” the year’s de facto summer anthem, but that’s not all—she later released “Boom Clap,” the feel-good tune that became part of the soundtrack to teen film “The Fault in Our Stars.” Last month, she dropped her second album under a major label, “Sucker.” Not too bad for a 22-year-old. The Brit hitmaker first entered the scene in 2010, when her debut EP “You’re the One” was released. Three years later, “True Romance” followed. Neither albums had singles that charted, but when she wrote Icona Pop’s No. 1 hit “I Love It” in 2012, her music began to gain traction in the pop scene. It wasn’t until last year, however, that “Fancy” put her on the map. She’s set to make her Hong Kong debut in April and tickets are on sale today—snap 'em up quick! Catch Charli XCX on Apr 20, 7:30pm. Musiczone, KITEC, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay. Tickets available from www.ticketflap.com .