After a few months of nothing but her voice and a guitar, she decided to start producing her own music. She spent the first year learning the ins and outs of music production, and was then introduced to Warner Chappell producer Bobby “Beewirks” Yewah. The resulting sound was a blend of moody, thought provoking melodies and atmospheric beats, which flawlessly accompanied her somber tone.
Chloe’s lead single, “Reckless”, marked a fresh stage in her career, which was conveyed by her new production and lyrical growth, capturing the essence of modern day youth culture. "Reckless" broke the top 5 on the US Spotify Viral Chart and also charted globally.
The Brooklyn native is already making waves in the music industry with her smooth vocals that evoke shades of a young Fiona Apple and laid back musical stylings. "Xanax got nothing on how I feel," she croons on her follow up single “Thread”, hanging on to her love by a mere thread. Noted as being "blue pop," her tone is melancholy, but her talent will make the listener anything but depressed. With her tales of young lust and the intoxicating experiences New York City has to offer, Chloe Lilac is set to write you a story worth listening to.