PIANIST - CHLOE FLOWER SHARES NEW VERSION OF HER DEBUT SINGLE GET WHAT U GET
(SOLO PIANO VERSION)
Pianist CHLOE FLOWER today shares her new solo piano version of her debut original song "Get What U Get"
Of the new version, Chloe says, ""One of best things about being an instrumentalist is that I can arrange almost any song into a peaceful piano song! I'm so excited to explore a new dimension of ‘Get What U Get', this one being a completely different version, one that you can relax to!"
Following her show-stealing performance alongside Cardi B at the 2019 Grammy Awards, Chloe Flower released her much-anticipated debut single "Get What U Get" on Sony Music Masterworks. Upon release, the track debuted at the top of iTunes' Classical Chart, holding the No. 1 spot that same day. Co-produced with Tommy Brown, Anthony "Tone" Jones and Chloe's longtime collaborator Babyface, "Get What U Get" includes nods to Chopin and Beethoven mixed with the style and flare of a hit pop record. Following the track's debut, Chloe premiered her first-ever music video for the track, which also notched a top spot on iTunes' Classical music video chart and reached the top 10 on iTunes' overall music video charts upon its release.
Chloe Flower developed an appreciation for classical music very early on. At the age of two, the Pennsylvania native would sit on phonebooks and play the piano. At 12, she went on to study at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music with Zenon Fishbein, later studying with Herbert Stessin of The Juilliard School and continuing her education at The Royal Academy of Music in London. In addition to her classical training, she's worked in the pop music world with industry icons like Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Céline Dion, Johnny Mathis, Mike WiLL Made-It, Swizz Beatz, Nas, and Questlove. Beyond writing and performing, Chloe remains a cultural force and is passionate about philanthropy - working with the United Nations as a UNODC Artist Ambassador, combatting human trafficking and supporting music education globally with a variety of charities, most notably her role as Music Education Ambassador for the Liberace Foundation.