MY PLAYLIST BY... CHLOEJET
Here is today’s playlist, curated by ChloeJet
Who is ChloeJet?
I’m just going to go with the unoriginal answer that I am a singer/songwriter from North London as that is what I am! I write all my own songs, which can be classified with hints of contemporary R’n’B and pop.
I love to write with many hidden meanings and relatable lyrics for people of any age.
Song from the first album you ever bought/listened to?
I won’t lie I can’t remember my first exact album as I had loads! But I am going to go with one that stuck in my head which was ‘Jonas Brothers’ - the album was literally their name! It’s still so weird to know they are back together
A song you wish you had written?
Well the song I am about to tell you, it is not really because of the lyrics it is mainly because of the melodic idea. I LOVE chromatic scales and an interesting melody and Stevie Wonder's ‘Don’t you worry ‘bout a thing’ really does it for me as you can hear in the chorus the downwards scale. HOWEVER I do prefer the Tori Kelly version (sorry Stevie!!) It is just more upbeat and catchy.
A song that inspires you?
Straight away this song was able to change my whole perspective on music, within my lyrics, my writing, the idea of new melodic phrases and the way that music doesn’t need to be structured and the same all the time. Experimentation is key! So the song that inspires me the most is ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ - Queen.
Last song you purchased?
Spotify does that for me! But years ago I made a birthday video for my mum and I had to buy a song to put with the video and she loved the song ‘Cant stop the feeling’ - Justin Timberlake so I bought that for her and I still have it in my library for some reason
A song that makes you feel nostalgic?
I recently just came back to listening to this song so I will 100% say Jamelia - ‘Superstar’. It was a song all my family loved through some of the years of my childhood. And I love it now!!
Your favourite sing-along song in the shower?
I mean how can you have one favourite sing a long song in the shower! For me I just sing whatever is current in my playlist. But if I had to have a favourite it would be one that you need to really go for and it doesn’t matter if you completely fail at singing it because you’re in the shower!! So it would have to be ….. ‘Resentment’ - Beyonce although I haven’t sung it in a while
A song that confirmed your love for music?
No way! How can I answer this!! These questions are hard. Ummm I always listened to Akon, Eminem and Rihanna when I was really getting into music. So I will say I related with Rihanna the most as she did more pop type sounds so lets go with .. ‘Unfaithful’ - Rihanna. I was 6 at the time listening to this as I was born in 2000 and she released it in 2006!
A song you put on when getting ready for a big night out?
I don’t have one specific song that gets me in the party mood ( I really should find one, that’s a good idea) But it is whatever is current at the moment so I would say ‘In My Bed’ - Sabrina Carpenter
The song do you put on repeat if you’ve just had your heart broken?
Well with me being me I’ve never had my heart broken, its just me being dramatic and crying for no reason Ha ha!! So if that’s the case and I’m feeling upset I’ll go to my sad playlist (which is even sadder!) and one song that works for me to cry is … ( I can’t believe I am saying this) ‘Little Things’ - One Direction
Your worst guilty pleasure song?
Didn’t even have to think hard on this one!! 1000% S Club 7 - ’S Club Party’. Brilliant song especially when driving and singing your heart out. I am so not guilty about this ha ha
Enjoy my weird mixture playlist.
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