Asian-American singer Chloe Tang pens an introspective ballad calling out society’s double standards on latest release, “Hoes Have Feelings Too.” Putting her sexuality on full display, she harmonizes her emotions with each verse. The single grapples with the differing expectations between men and women in modern dating.
“Hoes Have Feelings Too” has a mellow pop beat infused with subtle guitar riffs and piano melodies. The singer blends breathy quick verses with powerful vocals that rise with the increasing tempo of the beat. Her lyrics are soft and sensitive but build into a fierce anger. She sings, “The way I move, the way I dress, the things I do in my own bed, ain’t nobody’s business.” She seamlessly shares her message over a catchy melody that fuses into the song’s hook.
Chloe Tang has garnered buzz in the industry, racking up millions of streams and boasting a supportive following on social media. With her platform, she continuously advocates for women’s open sexuality. She describes the inspiration behind her latest release, “If you’re going to call me a hoe, then I’m gonna embrace it and live my best life. Just don’t forget we’re people too and we have feelings.” She is successfully merging meaningful lyrics with contemporary pop music.