8 Chloe Bailey Song Covers That Prove She's A Vocal Marvel

Over the past year, the Beyoncé protégé has shared stunning takes on some of her favorite songs.

We all know Chloe Bailey can execute a mean cover — that’s how she and her sister Halle were discovered, after all. But over the past year, the young singer began sharing stunning takes on some of her favorite songs and they’ve reminded us just how bonkers her vocal ability really is. Ahead are 8 song covers that prove she’s got vocals for days.

The Weeknd, “Earned It”

Chloe Bailey’s breathy cover of The Weeknd’s “Earned It” from April 2021 ends on a stratospheric run that left us dizzy.

Cardi B, “Be Careful”

Chloe Bailey shared her melodic and passionate take on Cardi B’s “Be Careful” in May 2021, to which the rapper responded: “You see this how I thought I sounded on the track.”

Giveon, “Heartbreak Anniversary”

Chloe Bailey’s rendition of “Heartbreak Anniversary,” Giveon’s viral TikTok track with a loaded reputation, makes the song shine as the emotional break-up anthem it is.

Rihanna, “Love On The Brain”

Chloe Bailey’s jazzy take on Rihanna’s “Love On The Brain” manages to make the grand love song sound even grander.

Silk Sonic, “Leave The Door Open”

Chloe Bailey’s take on one of the top songs of the summer makes a promising case for a remix that she should be on!

Nina Simone, “Feeling Good”

Chloe Bailey’s sensual performance of Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good” embodies the spirit of the song to its fullest as she slinks around stage in an elegant diamond-encrusted leotard.

Yung Bleu, “You’re Mines Still”

Chloe Bailey’s soulful cover of Yung Bleu’s toxic and devastatingly catchy “You’re Mines Still” includes brand new lyrics that add more depth to the song’s already drama-filled plot.

Drake, “Marvin’s Room”

Perhaps her boldest yet, Chloe Bailey’s smoky cover of “Marvin’s Room” even comes with risqué rewritten lyrics from the perspective of the woman. Give us the full song!

“Pick Up Your Feelings,” Jazmine Sullivan

Chloe Bailey’s runs have runs in this cover of Jazmine Sullivan’s “Pick Up Your Feelings,” which should be re-titled to “Pick Up Your Jaw Off The Floor.”

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