A feelgood embrace of love’s high highs, Chloe Tang’s “Take Care” is a catchy pop banger ready to soak up summer’s sweetness.
Stream: “Take Care” – Chloe Tang
I can’t wait put out some positive vibes into the world with this song!
There’s something about love that makes us want to shout it to the four corners of the universe — and thats exactly what Chloe Tang does in her new single. A feelgood embrace of love’s high highs, “Take Care” is a catchy pop banger ready to soak up summer’s sweetness.
Fate got us
Cupid shot us
I hit the jackpot, underestimating
Your powers, sweet and sour
I’m so average but you make me feel amazing
Am I lucky? Who cares, fuck it
I don’t need an I don’t need an explanation
Just you baby on the daily
You be everything I never knew I even wanted
Atwood Magazine is proud to be premiering “Take Care,” Chloe Tang’s third single of 2019. Following the heavier trap influences within her recent releases “Lame” and “Hype,” “Take Care” finds Tang turning to brighter, lighter sounds in a song that breathes with summer’s sweetness and charm. The LA-based, Phoenix-born singer/songwriter worked with frequent collaborator Thoreau to make a warm ode to love and the excitement around intimate connection.
“Thoreau and I were in a session working on a different song, but I ended up showing him the chords I wrote to “take care” and he loved them,” Chloe Tang tells Atwood Magazine. “I had a little bit of melody and lyrics but he build out the production, like immediately. We were both vibing really hard with it and that was about a year ago… we’ve both been so excited to release it.”
Tang continues, “It’s really different than a lot of the music I’m writing now, but it represents a really specific time in my life when I met a really special guy and this song always reminds me of our honeymoon phase. I just felt like nothing could go wrong. I can’t wait put out some positive vibes into the world with this song!”
I guess I’m in commitment mode
But that’s just that’s just how it goes
Baby tell me how you do it
so carelessly yeah yeah
I know you ain’t trying you just
know how to take care of me
Take care take of me
A blend of pop and R&B fuels Tang’s piano-backed, vocally-driven melodies as she asserts the singularity of her love in a buoyant, euphoric chorus. There’s no darkness to be found as she rejoices: Whereas her other recent songs have explored multiple sides to more complex situations, “Take Care” is intentionally devoid of such complication: It’s an attempt to cut out the BS and simply celebrate the oneness of a relationship that, for all its flaws or issues (and everyone has them), is everything one could ever hope to have. Tang passionately and directly sings, “Can I ask you something drastic? I don’t need an I don’t need an answer right now. Wanna be mine for a long time? You be everything I never knew I even wanted.“
Made for me, so adoring
I must’ve slipped and fell into a trap
But fast forward, you’re my shoulder
Was an accident but I’m not mad about it
Can I ask you something drastic?
I don’t need an I don’t need
an answer right now
Wanna be mine for a long time?
You be everything I never
knew I even wanted
2019 has already been quite the year for Chloe Tang: The left-of-center pop-leaning artist has racked up over 550,000 global streams on Spotify and seen her music featured in numerous playlists, all of which has contributed to increased hype and visibility for her art and artistry. Tang’s trajectory is poised to rise ever higher with “Take Care”: The song’s breathable nature and lighter timbre is a welcomed relief perfect for basking in the summer heat, and its uplifting message of unity and togetherness is perfect for those looking to get out and take advantage of all the good weather has to offer.
Baby tell me how you do it so carelessly, I know you ain’t trying; you just know how to take care of me.
“Take Care” is a song for lovers: Chloe Tang has perfectly tapped love’s euphoric high, immersing us in the raw energy and blissful excitement of the honeymoon phase! Stream the new track exclusively on Atwood Magazine.
Stream: “Take Care” – Chloe Tang
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