Chloe Flower is an American-born composer, writer, producer and classical pianist. In early 2011, Chloe was discovered by producer Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds before signing to the Island Def Jam Records department, Sodapop. Her album, categorized as Contemporary Instrumental, will be executive produced by Edmonds and feature spoken word by author and public speaker, Deepak Chopra. Later that year, Chloe opened the North American tour for Italian operatic pop trio, Il Volo.
In 2012, Chloe was featured on Nas' eleventh studio album, Life Is Good where she performed on, A Queen's Story, produced by Salaam Remi. Then in November 2013, Chloe was featured on Celine Dion's eleventh English-language studio album, "Loved Me Back to Life" on "Lullaby." In the same month, Chloe was featured on the lead single from American hip-hop producer Timbaland's third studio album, Opera Noir. The song titled, "Know Bout Me".
In September, 2013 Flower was featured in the 2013 Make Our Mark global Levis campaign, in which the Station-to-Station train retraces the original journey across the American frontier with leading musicians, artists and filmmakers on board.
In 2014, Chloe scored the music for the short film I Choose directed by AnnaLynne McCord. In 2015, she scored "A Ballerina's Tale," a documentary on American Ballet Theatre Ballerina, Misty Copeland, directed by Nelson George. In July 2015, Chloe scored the music for Nike and Kevin Hart's health is wealth campaign.
At the 2015 TCA Press Tour, Netflix announced its "Mike Epps: After Dark" Special. The sold-out special was filmed live at the historic Orpheum Theatre featuring Chloe's live classical music with Epps' stand-up comedy.
In July 2015, Chloe gave her Walt Disney Hall debut to a sold out audience. The closing song featured a historic classical version of Eric Clapton's hit song, Change the World which she performed with her producing partner, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds.
In February 2019, Chloe became an instant viral sensation for a spirited performance of the song "Money" by Cardi B at the Grammys. She performed the piece on a glass piano on loan from the Liberace Museum.
After sending shockwaves through the socialsphere following her electrifying performance alongside Cardi B at the 2019 Grammy Awards, high-energy performance pianist Chloe Flower releases her first-ever original single on Sony Music Masterworks. With an original arrangement by Flower, the single "Get What U Get" is co-produced with Tommy Brown (Ariana Grande's "7 Rings", "Thank U, Next"), Anthony "Tone" Jones (Post Malone, Juice WRLD) and her longtime collaborator Babyface. Rooted in classical instrumentation, the song has all of the style and flare of a pop record. Flower recently debuted the song on the Today Show in her first ever solo TV performance. "Get What U Get" is available everywhere now.