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THP Premiere: You’re Gonna Remember Chayla Hope After This!

THP Premiere: You’re Gonna Remember Chayla Hope After This!

It’s almost the weekend, and while that is a reason to celebrate on its own, we have another one for you! It comes in the form of a brand new song that we are SO excited to share with you from an artist we think you’ll love named Chayla Hope.

‘Forget Me Not’ – Chayla Hope

The vocals on this song absolutely blew us away. We can’t get over how much we love Chayla’s voice. The production is incredible, too, and it feels like a summer song to vibe too.

Chayla Hope is making a name for herself. She started pressing vinyl at Gotta Groove Records, and since then, she’s been climbing her way up higher and higher. You might recognize her voice as the vocal talent behind the Care Bears: Unlock The Magic theme song. The show is all about empowerment and self-understanding, so it makes perfect sense that Chayla, a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community, was selected to sing the theme song! We love to see it!

‘Forget Me Not’ is the next single from her upcoming album Damn, Feelings. Each single has been accompanied by a team-up with an independent business. The first two singles, ‘Love In Lo-Fi’ and ‘Falling,’ got a latte and a special pie flavor, respectively. ‘Forget Me Not’ will see Chayla Hope partnering with animal rescue orgs from all over for the release. We think that’s an amazing cause, and we’re excited to see what’s in store.

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What do you think of ‘Forget Me Not?’ We wanna know all your thoughts in the comment below or over on our socials! You can find us buzzing about new music on Twitter.

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