Chloe Baily is on the cover of Flaunt Magazine, and she looks amazing. In her editorial she gives a glimpse of what she is working on now, maintaining separate social media accounts, and how both women are dismantling their public image.
Flaunt shared the cover and details on Instagram:
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Here are a few snips below:
About dismantling their public image
Chloe x Halle hope to dismantle how the public perceives them, as they are no longer the girls we met in 2014 singing Alicia Keys and John Legend on YouTube.
While The Kids Are Alright was their ode to adolescence—full of young love and sisterhood—Ungodly Hour is the thirteen-track, thirty-seven-minute amalgamation of their experiences thus far, laced with the intricacies and intimacies of growing up.
Chloe attests, “When our experiences and story change, so will the lyrics and the melodies and the feel of the music.”
Each track, with its lustrous atmospherics, depicts the tenderness of heartbreak, freedom of sexuality, and the reservations that naturally come with time, charting new terrain for the young artists.
She continues, “As we are evolving and creating—the music will evolve along with us.” Chloe continues to bloom with nothing but infinite grace, as she continues to create songs as complex as the woman she is becoming.
About separating their Instagrams and evolving on their own
This year, Chloe x Halle—now with separate Instagrams and Twitter accounts—continue to pursue their personal endeavors with nothing but endless support from each other.
Chloe shares, “It has been nice, even now, to see how great we are on our own and even better when we are together. I think the support we have for each other going into our individual endeavors is truly a beautiful thing. It is the true definition of love.”
About protecting her energy
As any other twenty-something beginning her ascent into the throes of adulthood, Chloe continues to dive deeper into herself every day.
She dances in the beautiful interlude between knowing and understanding. “I am really open,” she shares, “Every day
I kind of just learn that more and more—but I am learning that it is okay to not give 1000% of yourself to everybody, because what will you have left to give yourself?”
While protecting our energy is something we learn and continue to preserve every day, Chloe continues to see herself as a “teddy bear,” always seeing the best in people and keeping moments at their fullest.
Read the entire editorial here.