Chloe Bodur, a 21-year-old singer and songwriter from North West London, grew up in a household overflowing with musical diversity. Today, her influences range from Astrud Gilberto, Billie Holiday and D’Angelo to BadBadNotGood, Kendrick Lamar and Tyler, The Creator.
After releasing her debut single ‘Glory’, Chloe sold out her own headline shows in London and Brighton; supported Puma Blue, Rosie Lowe and Yazmin Lacey on their UK tours; and featured on JD. Reid’s mixtape Tree alongside slowthai, Henry Wu and Fatima. Chloe’s second single, ‘Billie’, caught the attention of BBC Radio 1, Radio 6 Music and 1Xtra and led to her inclusion in Red Bull’s 2019 Polyrhythm series, highlighting the best live acts within the UK jazz scene. Chloe’s ‘Money Is My Medicine’ was awarded Jamz Supernova’s ‘No.1 EP’ live on BBC Radio 1Xtra and featured in CLASH magazine.
Chloe’s debut EP, Panties & Loafers, saw her solidify her position as an esteemed member of the UK jazz scene, Her follow-up EP MAVI has only extended that further.