Chloe Elizabeth Bailey (/kli/ KLO-ee; born July 1, 1998), also known mononymously as Chlöe, is an American singer-songwriter, record producer and actress. She rose to prominence alongside her sister Halle Bailey as Chloe x Halle; the duo released two studio albums, with their second, Ungodly Hour (2020), being met with widespread acclaim upon release. In 2021, Bailey released her debut solo single "Have Mercy", which was certified platinum in the U.S. Her debut album, In Pieces, was released in 2023, to positive reviews from critics.

Chlöe
Chlöe in an interview for WBLS in April 2023
Born
Chloe Elizabeth Bailey

(1998-07-01) July 1, 1998 (age 25)[1]
Other namesMiss Bailey If You Nasty, Chlo
Occupations
  • Singer-songwriter
  • record producer
  • actress
Years active2003–present
RelativesHalle Bailey (sister) Charlamagne tha God (cousin)
Musical career
OriginAtlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
  • keyboards
  • drum machine
Labels
Member ofChloe x Halle

Bailey also starred in several television series and films, acting as on Grown-ish (2018–2022) and Swarm (2024). She won a NAACP Image Award for her lead role in Praise This.

Career edit

Bailey was raised in Mableton, Georgia, with her sister Halle Bailey and younger brother Branson Bailey (born 2005) and later moved to Los Angeles in mid-2012.[2][3][4][5] While in Georgia, she played minor acting roles in films, including The Fighting Temptations (2003), starring Beyoncé, and the Disney television film Let It Shine (2012).[6] Their dad began teaching them how to write songs at the ages of ten and eight.[7]

They launched a YouTube channel at the ages of 13 and 11 respectively, with a cover of Beyoncé's "Best Thing I Never Had".[7] They first performed as Chloe x Halle when uploading covers of pop songs onto this channel.[8][9] The duo made their talk show debut when they appeared on The Ellen Show in April 2012.[10][5] In September 2013, she made a cameo appearance in the Disney series Austin & Ally performing the song "Unstoppable".[11][12] In 2015, she and her sister signed to Parkwood Entertainment.

 
Bailey in 2018

In 2018, Bailey was cast as Jazlyn "Jazz" Forster on the TV series Grown-ish after having sung the series's theme song "Grown".[13] The song "The Kids Are Alright" was also featured in the series premiere.[14] She departed the series at the end of the fourth season, when her character graduated from college.[15]

In November 2019, it was announced that Bailey joined the cast of the horror film, The Georgetown Project, directed by M. A. Fortin and Joshua John Miller.[16][17] She also starred alongside Madelaine Petsch in the 2022 psychological drama film Jane.[18]

In August 2021, Bailey announced the release of her debut solo single,"Have Mercy".[19] She had teased the Murda Beatz-produced song numerous times before.[20] Bailey revealed that the album was "90% done" and that it is more pop-oriented.[19] On September 12, she performed "Have Mercy" at the main show of the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards.[21] At the 53rd NAACP Image Awards Bailey was nominated in three categories, including Outstanding Female Artist and Outstanding Soul/R&B Song for "Have Mercy".[22]

In late August 2021, Bailey co-starred alongside Kesha and Mason Gooding in the scripted podcast, Electric Easy, a show set in a futuristic Los Angeles in which humans struggle to co-exist with robots, known as "electrics".[23] The show was created by Vanya Asher and executively produced by Kesha.[24] The podcast premiered on August 30, 2021.[25]

In April 2022, Bailey released "Treat Me" with an accompanying music video as her second solo single.[26][27] She explained that the inspiration for the song came after a breakup, when she thought, "'It's time for me to just give myself the love that I'm looking for.'"[28]

In November 2022, she sang the national anthem during Game 3 at the 2022 World Series.

On January 24, 2023, she announced her debut solo album, titled In Pieces, which was released on March 31, 2023. She released the lead single from the album, "Pray It Away", on January 27, 2023, and the second single, "How Does It Feel" featuring Chris Brown, on February 24, 2023.[29]

Artistry edit

Bailey's biggest musical influence is her mentor American singer Beyoncé, and has also stated Kelis is a major influence.[30] She is also inspired by artists such as Donna Summer,[31] Kanye West,[32] Grimes, Missy Elliott, Imogen Heap, Tune-Yards, and R&B music.[33][34][35]

Discography edit

Chloe discography
Studio albums1
Singles12

Studio albums edit

List of studio albums, with selected details and chart positions
Title Details Peak chart positions
US
[36]
US
R&B

[37]
UK
[38]
In Pieces[29] 119 17 [A]
"–" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Singles edit

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[40]
US
R&B/
HH

[41]
US
R&B

[42]
CAN
[43]
IRE
[44]
NZ
Hot

[45]
UK
[46]
WW
[47]
"Have Mercy" 2021 28 10 3 87 80 15 72 45 Non-album singles
"Treat Me" 2022 81 27 6 19
"Surprise" [B] 20
"For the Night"
(featuring Latto)
[C] [D] 16 35
"Pray It Away" 2023 [E] [F] In Pieces
"How Does It Feel"
(with Chris Brown)
[G] 47 17 5
"Body Do"
"In Pieces"
"Cheatback"
(with Future)
"Winter Wonderland" 87 19 5 Non-album single
"FYS" 2024 TBA
"Boy Bye"
"–" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs edit

List of other charted songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[55]
US
R&B/
HH

[56]
US
Rap

[57]
CAN
[58]
WW
[59]
"You & Me"
(with Gunna)
2022 72 29 20 99 97 DS4Ever

Guest appearances edit

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Feeling Good" 2021 none Liberated / Music For the Movement Vol. 3
"You & Me" 2022 Gunna DS4Ever
"Hello" Fivio Foreign, KayCyy B.I.B.L.E.
"Gyalis (Shemix)" Capella Grey non-album song
"Woman of the Year" Calvin Harris, Stefflon Don, Coi Leray Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2
"Universal Love" The Game, Chris Brown, Cassie Drillmatic – Heart vs. Mind
"Leak It" Ari Lennox Age/Sex/Location
"Don't Worry 'Bout Me" (Sam's Remix) 2023 none Praise This (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
"Watch Me"
"Don't Worry 'Bout Me" (Praise God) Oil Factory
"Break Every Chain" (Local Qualifiers Performance) Oil Factory, Jekalyn Carr, Druski
"Sam's Freestyle Medley" none
"Don't Worry 'Bout Me" (Can't Help It)
"Praise Nationals Finale" Oil Factory, Jekalyn Carr, Loren Lott
"Total Praise" Oil Factory
"Princess Cut" Offset Set It Off
"Honey" BJ the Chicago Kid Gravy
"Mistaken" Libianca, Oxlade Walk Away

Production discography edit

2016 edit

Chloe x HalleSugar Symphony edit

  • 01. Drop (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 02. Red Lights (co-produced with Halle Bailey, HazeBanga & Hit-Boy)
  • 03. Lazy Love (co-produced with Halle Bailey & Samir)
  • 04. Thunder (co-produced with Halle Bailey & xSDTRK)
  • 05. Fall

2017 edit

Chloe x Halle – The Two of Us edit

  • 01. Used to Love (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 02. Too Much Sauce (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 03. Future (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 04. Poppy Flower (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 05. Chase (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 06. Partna
  • 07. DumDumDum (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 08. Worries (co-produced with Halle Bailey & Steve Lacy)
  • 09. Upset Stomach
  • 10. Simple
  • 11. Mistake
  • 12. All I Ever Wanted
  • 13. Tra Ta Ta (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 14. Up All Night
  • 15. Lucky Lead
  • 16. Lulla-Bye

Various Artists – Dear White People (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) edit

  • 10. Chloe x Halle – "Bougie Party" (co-produced with Halle Bailey & bLAck pARty)

Chloe x Halle – I Say So (single) edit

2018 edit

Chloe x Halle – The Kids Are Alright edit

  • 01. Hello Friend (Intro) (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 02. The Kids Are Alright
  • 03. Grown
  • 04. Hi Lo (featuring GoldLink) (co-produced with Pluss)
  • 05. Everywhere (co-produced with Pluss)
  • 06. FaLaLa (Interlude) (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 07. Fake (featuring Kari Faux) (co-produced with bLAck pARty & Doc Allison)
  • 08. Baptize (Interlude) (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 09. Down (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 10. Galaxy
  • 11. Happy Without Me (featuring Joey Bada$$) (co-produced with Halle Bailey, The Messengers & Sad Money)
  • 12. Babybird (co-produced with Halle Bailey & Derek Dixie)
  • 13. Warrior
  • 14. Cool People (co-produced with Halle Bailey & Malay)
  • 15. Baby on a Plane
  • 17. Drop (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 18. Fall

Trolls: The Beat Goes On! edit

  • Chloe x Halle – "Shine Bright" (co-produced with Halle Bailey)

2019 edit

Various Artists – Little (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) edit

  • 01. Chloe x Halle – "Be Yourself" (co-produced with Halle Bailey)

Chloe x Halle – Thinkin' About Me / Who Knew (single) edit

(co-produced with Halle Bailey)

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie edit

  • Chloe x Halle – "Enchanted" (co-produced with Halle Bailey)

2020 edit

Chloe x Halle – Ungodly Hour edit

  • 01. Intro
  • 02. Forgive Me (co-produced with Sounwave & Jake One)
  • 03. Baby Girl
  • 04. Do It (co-produced with Scott Storch, Avedon & Asoteric)
  • 05. Tipsy
  • 07. Busy Boy (co-produced with Gitty & Nasri)
  • 08. Catch Up (featuring Swae Lee & Mike WiLL Made It) (co-produced with Mike WiLL Made It, Pluss & Royal Z)
  • 09. Overwhelmed
  • 10. Lonely (co-produced with Halle Bailey, Scott Storch & Avedon)
  • 11. Don't Make It Harder on Me (co-produced with Nasri & Gitty)
  • 12. Wonder What She Thinks of Me (co-produced with Halle Bailey)
  • 13. Rest of Your Life (co-produced with Halle Bailey, Boi-1da, Vinylz & Jahaan Sweet)

Chloe x Halle – Spotify Singles edit

  • 01. Tipsy
  • 02. Sendin' My Love

2021 edit

Chloe x Halle – Ungodly Hour (Chrome Edition) edit

  • 14. Hazy
  • 15. 80/20 (co-produced with Halle Bailey & Bregma)

Chloe x Halle – Georgia on My Mind (single) edit

(co-produced with Derek Dixie)

Various Artists – Music for the Movement Vol. 3: Liberated edit

Apple Music – Juneteenth: Freedom Songs edit

Chlöe – Have Mercy (single) edit

(co-produced with Murda Beatz, Joseph L'étranger, FnZ & BoogzDaBeast)

2022 edit

Chlöe – Spotify Singles edit

  • 01. Surprise (Unplugged Remix) (co-produced with Derek Dixie)

2023 edit

Chlöe – In Pieces edit

  • 02. Pray It Away (co-produced with ThankGod4Cody, Ecasssh, Pitt Tha Kid & Puredandy)
  • 03. Body Do (co-produced with 2300)
  • 12. Cheatback (featuring Future) (co-produced with Gitty)

Tours edit

Headlining edit

Filmography edit

Film edit

Key
X Denotes works that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Notes Ref.
2003 The Fighting Temptations Young Lilly [9]
2006 Last Holiday Anna [60]
2008 Meet the Browns Tosha [61]
2009 Gospel Hill Anna [62]
2012 Let It Shine Choir Member [6]
Joyful Noise Our Lady of Perpetual Tears Choir Member [63]
2016 Beyoncé: Lemonade Cameo Segment: "All Night" intro [64]
2018 The Kids Are Alright Herself Short film [citation needed]
2021 Why The Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky Moon [65]
Chloe Bailey presented by Fendi Herself [66]
2022 Jane Isabelle "Izzy" Morris [67]
2023 Praise This Sam [68]
The Georgetown Project Blake Holloway [69] [70]
TBA Midas Touch X Lauren Simmons Pre-Production [71]
TBA Girl From The North Country X Marianne Pre-Production [72]
TBA Sneaks X Pre-Production [73]

Television edit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2012 The Ellen Show Herself Episode dated: "April 9, 2012" [10]
2013 Austin & Ally Episode: "Moon Week & Mentors" [12]
2018 Wild 'n Out Episode: "Chloe x Halle" [74]
2018–2022 Grown-ish Jazlyn Forster Main Cast (seasons 1–4), guest role (season 5) [75]
2020 The Disney Family Singalong: Volume II Herself Television special [76]
The Kelly Clarkson Show Episode dated: "July 9, 2020" [77]
The Disney Holiday Singalong Television special [78]
Black-ish Jazlyn Forster Episode: "Love, Boat" [79]
2021 Cardi Tries Herself Episode: "Cardi Tries Wildlife" [80]
2022 The Hair Tales Herself
2023 Swarm Marissa Jackson Recurring [81]
TBA Fight Night: The Million Dollar Heist Upcoming miniseries [82]

Podcasts edit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2021 Electric Easy Vector Lead Role [83][84]

Music videos edit

  • "Have Mercy" (2021)
  • "You & Me" (with Gunna) (2022)
  • "Treat Me" (2022)
  • "Hello" (2022)
  • "Surprise" (2022)
  • "For The Night" (with Latto) (2022)
  • "Pray It Away" (2023)
  • “How Does It Feel” (with Chris Brown) (2023)
  • "Cheatback" (with Future) (2023)
  • "Boy Bye" (2024)

Awards and nominations edit

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2020 Soul Train Music Awards The Ashford And Simpson Songwriter's Award "Do It" (as songwriter) Nominated [85]
2021 Grammy Awards Best R&B Song Nominated [86]
2022 Gold Derby Music Awards Best R&B Song "Have Mercy" Nominated [87]
NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Female Artist Herself Nominated [88]
Outstanding Music Video/Visual Album "Have Mercy" Nominated
Outstanding Soul/R&B Song Nominated
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favourite Breakout Artist Herself Nominated [89]
iHeartRadio Music Awards Best New R&B Artist Nominated [90]
BET Awards Best Female R&B/Pop Artist Nominated [91]
Video of the Year "Have Mercy" Nominated
BET Her Award Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Best R&B Nominated [92]
MTV Europe Music Awards Best R&B Herself Won [93]
Soul Train Music Awards Best Dance Performance "Have Mercy" Nominated [94]
Video of the Year Nominated
People's Choice Awards The New Artist of 2022 Herself Nominated [95]
Bulletin Awards Female Artist of the Year Nominated [96]
Performance of the Year "Have Mercy" (AMAs 2021) Nominated
2023 ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards Most Performed R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap Song "Have Mercy" Won [97]
NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Female Artist Herself Nominated [98]
iHeartRadio Music Awards Favourite Use of a Sample "Treat Me" Nominated [99]
Juno Awards Video of the Year "Have Mercy" Nominated [100]
Hollywood Unlock Impact Awards Fearlessness Award Herself Won [101]
Innovaters & Leaders Awards Innovater Honoree Won [102]
Bulletin Awards Producer of the Year Nominated [103]
MTV Video Music Awards Best R&B "How Does It Feel" (with Chris Brown) Nominated [104]
MTV Europe Music Awards Herself Nominated [105]
Girls Make Beats Gala Powerhouse Producer Award Won [106]
Hollywood Music in Media Awards Best Song - Onscreen Performance (Film) Praise Finale (for 'Praise This') Nominated
UB Honors Best Actress Herself Won
2024 Urban One Honors Generation Next Won
iHeartRadio Music Awards Favorite Debut Album In Pieces Nominated
Most Underrated Awards Most Underrated - Album Of The Year Pending
Gold Derby Music Awards Best R&B Album In Pieces Nominated
NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Limited–Series or Dramatic Special Praise This Won

Notes edit

  1. ^ In Pieces did not enter the UK Top 100 Albums Chart, but peaked at number 59 on the UK Albums Downloads chart.[39]
  2. ^ "Surprise" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 24 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart.[49]
  3. ^ "For the Night" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[50]
  4. ^ "For the Night" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 15 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart.[51]
  5. ^ "Pray It Away" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 16 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart.[52]
  6. ^ "Pray It Away" did not enter the Hot R&B Songs chart, but peaked at number 11 on the R&B Digital Song Sales chart.[53]
  7. ^ "How Does It Feel" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 10 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[54]

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