Chloe Bodur works with heavily acclaimed producer JD Reid (Mabel, Katy B, Sinead Harnett, D Double E) to give us ‘Glory’.
The single has a strong influence on neo-soul, jazz and pop with 19-year old Bodur diving into the inspirations from Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra to current D’Angelo and Frank Ocean.
Her mixed heritage has given her the advantage to tapped into a diverse range of music. Despite still in the early days of her career, Bodur has managed to be bagged up by QM Records after a gig performs. Though it’s still early days for the singer harnessing her craft. Bodur has presented a song that’s empowering against her smoky vocals. The instrumental on ‘Glory’ is filled with guitar riffs. The lyricism in this track is set to empower and endeavours to continuously support female expression and liberation.
The single was mastered mastered at the famed Abbey Road Studios by Alex Gordon (The Kooks, Raye, Sigrid, Circa Waves) and has already placed the singer in the eye of industry professionals.