Chloe Lattanzi is out with the music video to her new single ‘Play With Me’, produced by Los Angeles-based film and music video production company, Talkboy TV. Lattanzi came up with the idea for the video while watching an avant garde horror film. “The concept is actually quite dark, but not literal in meaning. It’s about dying inside in front of the one you love, and that person not noticing what’s really going on inside you — being unseen, unheard, and desperate for love and attention.”
‘Play With Me’ is off the 25-year-old’s forthcoming album, due out this year. “I have enough songs done that I could have already had three albums out by now, but because of my fear of the limelight, I have waited this long to release anything,” the daughter of Olivia Newton-John said. “This project will be completely new songs I have written as well as some material pulled from when I was much younger. It’ll be a whole life’s journey in one record!”
Watch the video via YouTube below.
Chloe Lattanzi updated fans on her blog at MySpace (@chloelattanziofficial) on Monday (May 11) after her Sunday blog suggesting she might give up a singing career. Olivia Newton John’s daughter writes:
I just wanted to thank all of you who responded to my blog. I read every message and every single one of you inspired and moved me. I am so lucky to have such insightful supportive fans like you! Don’t worry my music is most def gonna be released I’m just thinking of an unconventional way to do it. The funny thing is, I can’t run from this dream because music is who I am. When I am in pain or joyful, I start writing and singing to release and express what I am feeling. It’s like it is part of my body and souls design. I’m sure some of you can relate to this kind of connection to your art. Keep writing to me please. You give me strength and drive again. All my love from the bottom of my heart, chloe
Chloe Lattanzi updated fans on her blog at MySpace (@chloelattanziofficial) on Sunday (May 10), talking about her professional future. The daughter of Olivia Newton John writes:
Long time no blog. hehe. Going to Auz. Just did the cover of a magazine over there so gonna be there for a few weeks. Still writing music, but at 23, still searching inside myself for what I truly want to do with my life. Show business and Hollywood are so different from making music and being in the studio. Two separate worlds and energies. I may decide to release my music and then write for other artists, so I can stay in the peace of the studio and avoid all the stresses and bullsh*t of Hollywood. What do you guys think? I would love your feedback. It’s a tough an interesting age that I am at, really searching for what truly makes me happy, and not what I think will please others. Can any of you relate to this? Gonna have ‘Sad City’ featured in a new MTV show which is cool and am gonna be working on some small indie films. I’ll let you know more in detail when I know more. All my love to you all, and always look deeply inside and live your truth. xoxo chloe
Highlights of Chloe Lattanzi taking part in designer Maggie Barry show during Los Angeles Fashion Week have been posted online. Chloe’s song ‘Wired’ was used for the Victorian circus themed show’s music as Chloe walked the runway. The clip, also featuring Chloe’s cousin Mike Mann attempting a freestyle, has since been removed at Vimeo.
Footage of Chloe Lattanzi getting fitted for runway by designer Maggie Barry for her Los Angeles fashion week show on Monday (October 13) at Club 740 in LA has been posted at the singer’s YouTube channel. Olivia Newton-John’s daughter talked about having to rush to mix her song ‘Wired’ for the show, which Maggie is using to open the fashion show. Watch the clip via YouTube below.
Chloe Lattanzi updated fans with a video blog over at her YouTube channel on Monday (October 6). Olivia Newton-John’s daughter is preparing to mix some tracks for her album this week and for a fashion show in Downtown LA with Maggie Barry, where she’ll be modelling. Chloe says she’ll be posting footage from the record mixing and fashion show. She also told fans to vote for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama on November 4th.
The update at YouTube has since been removed.
Chloe Lattanzi checked in with fans on her YouTube channel over the weekend, offering an update on her music. “My single is gonna be premiering in Vegas in like two months,” the daughter of Olivia Newton-John said. “It’s either gonna be a song called ‘Glamour’ or a song called ‘Wired’. I’ve been trying to pick between the two, it’s hard.”
The message, featuring a cameo by her cousin “Mike The Man”, has since been deleted from YouTube.
Chloe Lattanzi checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace (@chloelattanziofficial) on Monday (June 16). Olivia Newton-John’s daughter writes:
Just answering questions regarding my record. The album I have made is done and ready to go. All it needs is to be mixed and mastered. I am searching right now for the right mixer. Then i will be releasing my first single which is not up on my MySpace. I want to surprise you. So exited. I only wish I could have done my own material on rock the cradle. I will keep you posted on every move. Love u guys!!! Thank you for your love everyday!!!! cloclo
Chloe Lattanzi checked in with her MySpace friends on Tuesday (June 10) with the following bulletin:
Hey everyone! Just checking in to let u know im always thinking about u. Thanks for the mail I’ve been receiving, I read it everyday, I love it.
Alot in the works right now. I have to keep it under wraps until everything is set in stone, just like with ‘Rock The Cradle’.
But I’ll let u know all about it as soon as I can, your patience is appreciated!
love u guys!!! xoxoxo chloe
‘Rock The Cradle’ contestant Chloe Lattanzi checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace (@chloelattanziofficial) on Monday (April 7). Olivia Newton-John’s daughter writes:
Hey everyone. Just wanted to send my love to every single one of you. I appreciate your support so much. The show is challenging, much more so than playing a gig, you only have 90 seconds to prove yourself. But regardless if I win or not, I can’t wait to go on tour with my own music and let loose with you guys. Your support gives me so much strength. Whenever I’m having a bad day, I go online and read your messages, and you have no idea how many of your words have lifted my spirits. Stay cool xox chloe