16 year old Chloe Rose is a budding popstar with a big heart. She recently unveiled her debut single ‘For Me’, in aid of The Wayne Rooney Foundation supporting Childline and NSPCC.
The uptempo track, written by Mike Stock (Britain’s most successful songwriter and record producer), has now been given a fun music video. The young star proves to be every inch the pop starlet with cute choreography, on trend outfits and a vibrancy that shines throughout.
Chloe Rose first debuted ‘For Me’ at Wayne Rooney’s Testimonial match at Old Trafford on August 3. She sang in front of a crowd of 60,000 people – not a bad audience for the track’s first performance!
‘For Me’ has been recorded to commemorate 30 years of NSPCC’s Childline service. Childline is a free 24-hour counselling service for children and young people up to their 19th birthday in the UK provided by the NSPCC. You can imagine Chloe Rose’s excitement at being given the opportunity to record a song to mark this momentous occasion!
To coincide with the song’s release, Barclays Bank have developed an innovative app, also called ‘For Me’. The app will provide 24 hour help and assistance to all young people in need. It’s incredible to see how the service has developed over the years. Back in 1986 when Childline was first founded, the helpline would normally be dialled from a telephone box on the high street!
Chloe Rose is busy promoting the single, and is currently in Ireland with YouTube star Sophia Mitchell. The singer has also garnered support from numerous celebrities online, including Wayne and Coleen Rooney, Alan Shearer and Matt Lucas. In September, she will be performing as a Guest of Honour at the prestigious NSPCC Childline Ball and at the Barclays App Launch.
The singer is only at the beginning of her career, but with a kind heart and a catchy pop track in tow, we’re expecting great things from Chloe Rose.
‘For Me’ is available to pre-order now, and can be downloaded from September 9. All proceeds from the song will go straight to The Wayne Rooney Foundation, supporting Childline and NSPCC.