Chloe Ho made her debut in 2018 with indie-pop single “Anytime” while pursuing her diploma in Music and Audio Technology in Singapore Polytechnic. She then released “Here’s to Coming Out” with a performance for her graduation showcase in March 2019, a song written to inspire courage and empathise with closeted individuals. During this time, she also featured and wrote “Raincoat”, a single produced by Kieron Lee. In July 2019, she released her first EP titled “Sorry ‘bout Your Shoulder”, which she described as “mostly inspired by the state of feeling sorrowful for crying on someone's shoulders and burdening them constantly with personal issues.”
Heavily influenced by late artist Mac Miller, Chloe incorporates sections of rap in her recent releases like Grocery Shopping (produced by Elliot Tan) and Fake Jazz (produced by INKSOUL). She follows a wide range of artists with many different styles of music such as Rex Orange County, Kehlani, UMI, Mac Ayres, Joji, Omar Apollo, Allen Stone, Lianne La Havas, Berhana, Lawrence and many more.
Whilst enjoying the ambience of the riverside, Chloe busks every weekend on the Clarke Quay Bridge performing both covers and originals. Though it was something she started to build up her self esteem and stage confidence, she started gaining interest and garnered a huge following on Spotify, recently recognised by local artist and musician Charlie Lim.