Chloe Bodur’s ‘Kitty & I’ Is An Epicurean Treat

Chloe's EP 'RÜYA' lands October 6th...

Continuing the slow-burn rapture of ‘Come With Me‘, North West London’s Chloe Bodur amps up her fleshly pursuit of thrills on new single ‘Kitty & I’. Co-produced with cousin and frequent collaborator, JD. Reid, Bodur forges her sexuality with sovereignty over her body; centring her wants and needs, cooing and purring over a eastern strings, sauntering bass and live percussion.

For the song, Bodur evoked the withholding titillation of a fan favourite deep cut, Beyoncé’s ‘Kitty Kat’:

“I think women are incredible, god-like, mystical creatures and deserved to be adored as such. Inspired by one of my favourite Beyoncé’ songs ‘Kitty Kat’ I wrote it almost as a manifesto for men, teaching them how to treat their girl right if they want regular access to kitty & I.  I switched the power from Beyoncé’s 00’s version and used humour which is really powerful to help get the point across in an entertaining way, and it keeps the mood light!”

Divine femininity courses through her forthcoming EP, ‘RÜYA’, a charged communiqué of lucid sexuality and empowerment. The release seeks to explore her dual heritage, an opportunity to inspire a generation of South Asian women to embrace their stifled desires and, ultimately their untapped potential.

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