Chloe Bailey’s debut single ‘Have Mercy’ takes over social media
Chloe Bailey of Chloe X Halle R& B duo, released her debut single ‘Have Mercy’ and it has taken over social media
Chloe Bailey of Chloe X Halle R& B duo has released her debut single ‘Have Mercy’ to raving response on social media. The steamy hot choreography of the video in which Chloe seductively lures men and turns them into marble statues is trending on social media.
The video has the cameos of rapper Bree Runway and actor Rome Flynn. ‘Why I keep Bossing like I Do, Why I keep flossing like I do, Why I keep saucing like I do’ – the lyrics go on in this 3.34 minutes dance video on YouTube. The video has attracted 4.7 million views in 24 hours.
Chloe also shared 30 seconds of her music video on Twitter. The short video is liked by 106.1k and retweeted 34.2 k times. The Instagram post of the song video posted by the singer has attracted 2,979,649 views with fans responding to the video as ‘ate it’ and ‘obsessed’ with most of the comments of the fire symbol.
— Chlöe (@ChloeBailey) September 10, 2021
“i am over the moon. thank you all so much for the support on #havemercy means EVERYTHING to me. it feels like a dream. love you guys, can’t wait to perform it at the vmas. go watch the video xx”, Chloe has posted against her superhot picture on Instagram.
Chloe Bailey will be performing this single at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 12. She announced the release of the single track ‘Have Mercy’ in August this year. Chloe along with her sister Halle started performing at a young age. They were coached by their father at the age of ten and eight to write songs.
The sisters launched their YouTube channel while they were 13 and 11-year-old, respectively. They started performing as Chloe X Halle by uploading covers to pop songs on their channel. Chloe Bailey is also an actress doing minor roles since 2013. She was part of the Grown-ish series and her song ‘The Kids Are Alright’ was featured in the series. Chloe is also part of the upcoming horror movie, The Georgetown Project. She will be next seen in the psychological drama film Jane likely to be released in 2022.