Why Chloe Bailey and Halle Bailey Felt ‘Separation Anxiety’ ?

Chloe Bailey and Halle Bailey, known in the music industry professionally as Chloe x Halle, have been making waves in the music industry with their amazing voices, captivating performances and undeniable talent since their begining they were 10 years old and 8 years old.

Recently, Chloe and Halle opened up to People about their struggle with “separation anxiety” as they embarked on solo projects outside of their joint venture. The sisters, who have been inseparable for years, revealed that they had to overcome their fears and trust each other’s talents to pursue their individual passions.

For Chloe, it was a dream come true to be able to release her own music and explore different sounds and genres. She admits that it was hard at first to give up the security of working with her sister, but she knew it was necessary to grow as an artist. They have been performing together since they were teenagers: “We’d be performing at clubs in our church dresses in Atlanta, and then we’d bust out singing for producers outside of hotels,” she said.

Halle, who recently starred in the live-action adaptation of “The Little Mermaid” as the first black woman, echoed her sister’s sentiments, explaining that it was scary to step out of your comfort zone and take on new challenges. I think it’s the fear of the unknown and not knowing what’s going to happen,” she said. “But I think we’re doing a good job of being there for each other and supporting each other”.

Despite the initial nervousness and anxiety, the two sisters have successfully launched their solo projects, proving that they are more than capable of standing on their own two feet. Their success has only strengthened their bond and trust in each other.

Chloe knows that she can always count on her sister in times of need. “I’d be like, ‘I’m so scared. I don’t know if people want to listen to this. I don’t think I can do this without you. She’d be like, ‘You always tell me to let people see what you’ve always seen in me since we were little girls.’ I’m so grateful to God that no matter if we are doing something within our group or individually, we are both simultaneously killing it”. she told People. We can’t wait to see what these talented sisters have in store for us.