On January 10th, 2020, Chloe Bee released her new single, “Wet Cement”, on all music platforms. The single illustrates Chloe’s strong 90’s R&B influences, but maintains a trendy Pop sound. The catchy hook is enhanced with a horn section, dense harmonies and beautiful, full sounding, pop production. Chloe’s songwriting allows her band of world-class musicians the liberty to flex their jazz muscles, while still providing a pop sensibility that is accessible to lovers of all genres. The use of modern production elements, created with young co-producer, Seamus Ronan, elevate the song from what could be a 90s TLC groove, to a 2020 SZA hit.
Chloe Bee is an award-winning singer- songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the Hudson Valley. With an organically soulful sound, she effortlessly blends pop, jazz and R&B. Not just another pretty-faced pop girl, Chloe is a classically trained musician, studying voice, piano and oboe from a very early age. While she has found her true love in writing and performing pop/soul music, the influences of jazz and classical musical are what make her a musician’s singer songwriter. Unlike most of today's pop artists, Chloe embraces true instrumentation and uses modern production techniques to create her genre-bending sound. Her jazz experience and education have provided her with access to the best young musicians in the country. These award-winning jazz musicians are featured in “Wet Cement” as well as other music projects in the works.
In 2017 Chloe was selected as one of the 8 vocalist in the prestigious 2017 GRAMMY Camp Jazz Session choir, where she sang with 30 of the best young jazz musicians in the country in performances throughout GRAMMY Week, including the GRAMMY after-party and Entertainment Tonight. Chloe also worked in the studio with legendary drummer for Dire Straits, Sting and David Bowie, Omar Hakim and jazz-fusion pianist, for Peter Gabriel, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter, Rachel Z, where they began development of a Chloe Bee solo EP.