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Chloe Flower
Artist: Chloe Flower
Format: CD


Label: Sony Masterworks
Rel. Date: 07/16/2021
UPC: 190759619124

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1. Prelude No. 1
2. Innocence feat. Deepak Chopra [ACT I]
3. Flower Through Concrete [ACT I]
4. Tamie [ACT I]
5. Rise Up [ACT I]
6. Suffering feat. Deepak Chopra [ACT II]
7. Get What U Get [ACT II]
8. Bohemia [ACT II]
9. No Limit [ACT II]
10. Hope feat. Deepak Chopra [ACT III]
11. Love Story [ACT III]
12. Bad Guy [ACT III]
13. When I See You Again [ACT III]

More Info:

Chloe Flower is a visionary, a powerhouse, an icon, an activist, a fashion influencer, and so much more. Bridging the gap between classical and pop, Chloe’s self-created Popsical genre embodies sweet melodies, epic strings, and hip-hop beats blending with impressive aplomb.

Chloe has been working on her eponymous debut album for over a decade. Living through the COVID-19 pandemic not only changed Chloe’s life, but also the course of her music. The stay-home period was a clear signal to take ownership and to create an album which matters and speaks volumes. Chloe’s album is divided into three acts — (I) Innocence, (II) Suffering and (III) Hope — and book-ended by a prelude and finale that redefine classical crossover. It features spoken word from Deepak Chopra and an interpretation of Billie Eilish’s chart-topping hit ‘Bad Guy.’

Of her album Chloe states: “I was thinking about the life cycle. You start with innocence; born with a clean slate. Throughout life there is suffering which hardens you. But there’s always hope for change, something better. I want people to listen to the album as a whole body of work, which is why there is a prelude and finale in addition to the three acts. The  ultimate goal was to make an album that inspires listeners, and makes people hopeful. It’s new and edgy — a sound that is authentic to me. Though my music doesn’t have lyrics, I still have something to say.”