chloe bailey doesn’t know her audience.
^this is how much her debut album,
sold in total to an audience that saw right through her.
didn’t we try to tell her?…
chloe was out here rolling around,
twerking on every surface she could,
and suckin’ on lollipops to appear she was like one of the hoes.
it was like “aight cool” but then it started becoming try hard.
her biggest issue:
She was appealing to an audience that didn’t fuck with her.
the “megan the stallion and city girls” crowd.
the ones who will twerk on headlights at red lights.
that was not the “chloe x halle” crowd.
i don’t think she should have come out with an album yet.
she should have started small,
released an ep or seven that told a story,
and see what the temperature was from her audience.
started off like this when she decided to go solo:
and when that “soul sista/afro chic” act didn’t move any units,
this is what transpired:
even with this,
beyonce wasn’t hypersexual and doing too much.
the same goes for janet how she started.
look at how the other vixens were received they decided to go hyper-hoe:
they aren’t even black and they got ripped to shreds.
i feel like it’s a different ball game for a singer.
rapping vixens play by different rules.
so now chloe is embarrassed,
with her tail between her legs,
and an audience that knows she doesn’t have a high self-concept.
Chlöe talks about her reaction to seeing Halle as The Little Mermaid, and a dream that Halle had when they were around 14-16. “Chloe, I had a dream where we were in our 20s, we looked so much cooler, and we were killing it!” on ET Canada, 2023. ❤️🧜🏽♀️🎬 pic.twitter.com/MzFJcBxEEB
— 𝔏𝔢𝔞𝔥.❁ 🫀• 🧜🏽♀️ (@redforjanet) April 3, 2023
it’s time for a restart.
let’s try “vixen next door with hints of sex appeal” next.
i dunno what that looks like for her but she needs a full revamp.
being sexual is an art and she failed that class.
lowkey: even though the album is a whopping 37 minutes,
which is legit an ep,
i do enjoy it.