Chloé – Don’t Fix

Some people always seem to have the best advice for situations that are none of their concern. Chloé teamed up with Joel Q to put those people in their place for her latest release “Don’t Fix.”

Chicago based singer and songwriter, Chloé takes aim at that one person always keeping tabs on a relationship that isn’t their own with “Don’t Fix.” The lyrics reiterate that what may not work for some works for others and it’s no one’s place to judge, no matter how quirky the relationship seems.

Paired perfectly with Joel Q, even more shots are fired at the lonely nosey souls always soliciting their opinions where they’re unwanted. The rapper specifically calls out the single, gold digger struggling to find a relationship of her own and pretending to be satisfied with her situation.

The visual is perfect for the spring time that Chicago is struggling to see. Colorful and creative, filmed in grassy areas “Don’t Fix” is somewhat reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland. Whimsical and fun, Don’t Fix features parasols, bubbles and a kimono clad Chloé singing in a row boat in the grass.

Sunny Woodz’s No CellPhone Party

After attending a number of parties where his cell phone could not attend, Sunny Woodz created a soundtrack for that very occasion. Today, Sunny Wood debuted his new mixtape No CellPhone Party.

In typical Sunny Woodz fashion No CellPhone Party is a vibe. The features resembles a list of who’s who in Chicago’s music scene and rightfully so. The name Sunny Woodz has grown synonymous with hard work and good music, so it’s only fair that he works with the best. Twista, Chimeka, Illi, and Supa Bwe are among the features, but that’s truly the tip of the iceberg.

The 13 track mixtape is a creative combination of turn up songs like “Ready” with Bandland Zz and smooth songs to ride to like “Time” with Chloé. No CellPhone Party is versatile and undoubtedly has something for rappers, trappers and the pretty girls they attract.

For anyone who attended the No CellPhone Party party, there are still many surprises to be heard as Sunny Woodz refuses to be finished with a project until it is released.

https://soundcloud.com/sunnywoodz/sets/no-cellphone-party-mixtape

Chloé – Outta My Face

Leave it to Chloé to make yet another anthem. Over the holiday weekend, the Chicago based songbird debuted her latest single “Outta My Face” and we all can relate.

At some point every woman has had to tell someone she is not interested in a man pursuing her. Chloé teamed up with Chay Milan and Frances King to do just that the way only they can. “Outta My Face” is nearly four minutes of riding music just for the ladies the Chicago way.

Medallion x Chloé – Breakin Pt. 2

Earlier this week, without warning at all Medallion and Chloé teamed up to release their latest “Breakin’ Pt. 2.”

After Medallion flexed a few creative muscles on the production side of “Breakin’ Pt. 2, it only made since that he do the same lyrically. The sequel to Chloé’s “Breakin’ Pt. 1 from the Day 28 Ep, of course it would have been incomplete without the songstress. Though Medallion and Chloé make the perfect duo on both songs the visual is what makes it all complete.

Brandon Holmes brings it all together with the creative use colorful light and shadow. Capturing and inspiring emotion, Brandon Holmes’ creativity took Medallion and Chloé’s hit to the next level.

There’s No Breakin’ Chloé

As the end of Chloé’s Day 28 campaign peaks up over the horizon the singer/songwriter shows no signs of letting up. Yesterday, Chloé debuted “Breakin’ Pt. 1,” the fourth release from her heavily anticipated upcoming EP, Day 28.

Produced by Medallion, “Breakin'” is a story too many lovers know all to well. An on again, off again relationships full of passion and pain that no one really wants to leave.

Vocally and lyrically, “Breakin'” is quite possibly Chloé’s strongest release yet. As the countdown to Day 28 progresses the Chicagoan continues to show the fans that there is nothing she cannot do.

Music isn’t the only thing the songstress has debuted. Her first line of merchandise was just premiere and is available here.

Chloé’s Unsubtle Thoughts

For her third release, Chloé joins forces with “Mr. Chi Town” himself, Phor. Chicago may very well have a new super duo behind the release of Chloé’s latest single “Unsubtle Thoughts.”

It takes a creative soul took twist the innocence of children’s characters to use them to use them to describe indecent souls and Chloé may have just established a monopoly on that. As her Day 28 campaign continues to gain momentum, Chloé delivers a lighthearted, yet suggestive third single bearing reference to a few of everyone’s favorite childhood stories.

Much like the thoughts Chloé describes, fans’ excitement over her pairing with tattoo artist and rapper Phor is unsubtle . Chloé has proven that her artistry alone is enough to send fans into a childlike frenzy, teaming up with the Vh1 famed lyricist and urban artist may just be more than fans bargained for. Phor gets in a on the fun making lyrical reference to Peter Pan on “Unsubtle Thoughts.”

Chloé Takes Off On AirPlane Mode

It’s hard to believe that 28 days ago, Chloé kicked off her Day 28 campaign. Just has she promised, today she debuted the second song from her upcoming Day 28 EP, “AirPlane Mode.”

The singer/songwriter spends a little more than two minutes reminding her lover she no desire to hear from them. Though, not the lightest of topics, “AirPlane Mode” is fun and almost flirtatious. A feeling all too familiar to anyone who has ever been offended by a lover, “AirPlane Mode” is sure to resonate with Chloé’s fans. The singer proclaims she unforgiving and has no desire to be called, seen, paged or receive Morris Code.

Arguably the perfect follow up to the “Day 28” single, “AirPlane Mode” has Chloé fans excited. Only creating more momentum for the Day 28 campaign, “AirPlane Mode” is certain to take flight.

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