Published on August 16th, 2018 | by Hype Editorial0
R&B Songstress Chel’le Releases New Visual for ‘Without Me’ (Prod. Hit Boy)
Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, Michel’le “Chel’le” Marie has emerged from the same rich soil of so many other great African American singers. Like so many powerhouses and trailblazers in music, Chel’le began singing at a very early age. Her mother helped her pursue her dreams professionally when they moved to LA.
Chel’le’s career thus far has been a journey filled with amazing opportunities. She was formerly signed with Universal Music Group as a songwriter. She has worked with; Mario Winans, Dianne Warren, Dizzy Wright, Lil’ Flip, Audio Push, K Smith, Jack Knight, Jaiden The Cure, James Jeffrey, Lil’ Mama, Tech N9NE, BiG Krit and many others. She collaborated with Dizzy Wright, appearing as a feature on his track ‘The Perspective’, ‘God Bless America’ and many more. She calls it a blessing and God’s grace, that she was able to work with so many amazing artist and producers.
Chel’le is currently prepping
The first visual being released for the project Is ‘Without Me‘ a visual from her 1st EP Entitled All Me. ‘Without You’ was produced by super producer Hit Boy. When asked what was her inspiration for the video she states,”The video for ‘Without You’ was inspired by the love and joy I feel when I listen and perform ‘Without You’. Hit Boy made the track so free spirited and Godly, it makes you just want to appreciate life and the love around you in all forms.”
When asked how she met Hit boy, “Chel’le stated Hit Boy has been apart of my family for a long time. My mother was at the hospital with his mother when he was born. Before the world new him as hit boy we were supposed to work together but i was so focused on trying to finish school we could never really work. I saw his grind from the ground up he definitely taught me to keep going and to always remain humble”.
Chel’le is a brilliant, gifted and stellar talent on the rise and is destined to reach super star status and become a household name.Tweet