Chloe Bailey Drops New Song ‘FYS’

Chloe Bailey croons for real love on her new single "FYS" which means "F--- Your Status." "F–- your status, f–- your status/ It don’t matter/ Money, cars and the diamonds/ Don’t phase me, I been had it/ F–- your status/ I just, just wanna love you, baby/ What you wanna do?" she sings in the chorus of the R&B infused trap beat. Bailey teased the song earlier this week by having fans guess what they thought "FYS" means. "FYS. what do you think it means? guess right and I'll drop," she wrote on X (formerly known as Twitter) with an attached snippet of the song. https://twitter.com/ChloeBailey/status/1762523872996290562?s=20 This single is her first song of the year. Are Chloe and Halle Bailey Coming Out With New Music? Earlier this month, the "Have Mercy" singer jumped on TikTok livestream and told her fans that they could expect music from the sisters in the near future. A fan specifically asked Chloe when they should expect some new music from them, and she kept it vague by answering, "soon." As a duo, they've released three albums The Two Of Us (2017), The Kids Are Alright (2018), Ungodly Hour (2020). Their sophomore album earned the group two GRAMMY nominations for Best New Artist and Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 61st GRAMMY Awards. Ungodly Hour scored the sister duo five nominations for Best Traditional R&B Performance ("Wonder What She Thinks Of Me"), Best R&B Song ("Do It"), and Best Progressive R&B Album. Chlöe Bailey and Halle Bailey Launch Solo Careers Both sisters began their separate careers in the past two years. In 2022, Chlöe released "Have Mercy," her first single without her younger sister. She released her first solo full-length project in 2023 called In Pieces. The album had guest appearances from Future, Chris Brown, and Missy Elliott. It debuted and peaked at No. 119 on the Billboard 200. As for Halle, she has been focusing on acting after landing Disney's The Little Mermaid, The Line, and The Color Purple, which all premiered last year. She did, however, give fans her first solo single, "Angel." It was nominated for Best R&B song at the 66th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Last year, Halle said that her solo debut would "definitely" be released by the end of the year in her interview with Cosmopolitan. While that didn't come to fruition, we are hoping for Halle's solo EP or some new music with both sisters. Listen to "FYS" below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-JlmQj-lBQ [select-gallery gallery_id="724181" syndication_name="las-vegas-sphere-7-hip-hop-artists-and-rb-who-should-perform-there" description="no"]

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