Singer Chloe is raising money for charity with song
Keen singer Chloe Featherstone is looking to use her talents to help a good cause.
The 15-year-old is producing an album with a charity single on it which will raise money for Unicef UK.
The Havant teenager will be releasing the album in the summer.
The charity song Children of Peace, created by producer Bob Ross, will be raising money.
It is about keeping children safe and warm and looking after those suffering from conflicts.
Chloe says: ‘It makes me happy to make people happy and when I sing that’s what I do.’
Chloe started singing when she was 11 in a vocal group, but soon after she began to branch out by herself and at the age of 14 she started busking on the streets of Leigh Park.
She said: ‘With busking people have got the choice to walk past you or stop and listen and the amount of people that stop and listen makes me really happy.’
While still studying at Park Community School, Chloe is finding the time to perform at gigs and weddings.
She recently performed at The Trafalgar in Fratton and The Thatchers in North End.
Her mum, Frances, says she is very proud of her daughter.
Bob says he chose Chloe because of her talent. He adds: ‘I can see her album becoming very valuable in the foreseeable future.’