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Single Release: Chloe Flower – Get What U Get

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.

“My mission has always been to bring classical music to the forefront of our communities and schools,” said Flower. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to package my music like a pop artist, showing the world that classical music can be sexy and cool. ‘Get What U Get’ is a female empowerment song about celebrating all of the different facets of a woman.  I hope this track serves as a reminder that you don’t have to fit into any mold that society has created.  Instead, embrace and cherish your unique qualities because you are who you are and they will get what they get!  Take it or leave it!”

After spending years on a mission to make classical music accessible to the masses, Flower has finally brought her vision to life through high energy, high fashion and boundless talent.  Her recent viral Grammy performance incited 9 Million social media engagements and generated unanimous praise from media with People magazine claiming, “[Chloe] is a superstar,” and Cosmopolitan adding “Chloe will smash whatever you think you know about classical music and look fire doing it,” while Time proclaims her “everyone’s favorite new exuberant pianist.”

As the story goes, the Pennsylvania native developed an appreciation for classical early on. By the age of two, Flower would sit on phone books and play the piano. At 12, she went on to study at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music Pre-College under Zenon Fishbein and later with Herbert Stessin of The Juilliard School.  She continued her education at The Royal Academy of Music London, where she experienced a life-changing revelation while playing Bach and listening to hip-hop at the same time. She decided to blend the two together and quickly realized that “hip-hop beats and classical music sound really cool together.”

Beyond writing and performing, Flower stands out as an active philanthropist, working with the United Nations as a UNODC Artist Ambassador, combating human trafficking and supporting music education globally with a variety of charities, most notably her role as Music Education Ambassador for the Liberace Foundation.






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