R&B singer Chloe Bailey is officially no longer a “good girl.” Media Take Out learned that the former clean image gal is doing the absolute MOST in her new acting gig.
Chloe is starring in a new streaming movie Swarm, directed by Donald Glover. And well, the scene is extreeeeemely graphic.
In the scene, Chloe is getting her back blown out by her boyfriend – while her man flirts with Chloe’s BFF. It’s pretty crazy.
LINK TO THE VIDEO OF CHLOE TAKING SHOTS FROM THE BACK
Chloe is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She is best known for being one half of the musical duo Chloe x Halle with her sister Halle Bailey. Together they have earned five Grammy Award nominations since 2018. In 2021, she debuted as a solo artist with “Have Mercy”. Her debut studio album In Pieces will be released in March 2023, and its lead single “Pray It Away” was released on January 27, 2023.
Bailey’s biggest musical influence is American singer Beyoncé, and has also stated Kelis is a major influence. She is also inspired by artists such as Grimes, Missy Elliott, Imogen Heap, Tune-Yards, and R&B music.
In 2018, Bailey was cast as Jazlyn “Jazz” Forster on the TV series Grown-ish after having sung the series’s theme song “Grown”. The song “The Kids Are Alright” was also featured in the series premiere. She departed the series at the end of the fourth season, when her character graduated from college.
In November 2019, it was announced that Bailey joined the cast of the horror film, The Georgetown Project, directed by M. A. Fortin and Joshua John Miller. She will also star alongside Madelaine Petsch in the 2022 psychological drama film Jane.
In August 2021, Bailey announced the release of her debut solo single, “Have Mercy”. She had teased the Murda Beatz-produced song numerous times before. She revealed that the album was “90% done” and that it is more pop-oriented. On September 12, Bailey performed “Have Mercy” at the main show of the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards.
At the 53rd NAACP Image Awards Bailey was nominated in three categories, including Outstanding Female Artist and Outstanding Soul/R&B Song for “Have Mercy”.
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