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BEAUTY cleo sol


What are you up to at the moment? Every day is different, it’s fun. Some days, like today, I’ve got the photo shoot; maybe another day I’ll have a studio session, which might start at one in the afternoon and end at one in the morning. I’ll be writing and going through songs with a producer. Another day will be a rehearsal, a performance, a festival or interviews.


What’s your next release? I’m not sure yet, I’ve just been talking


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to my PR about it. Just working on ‘Never the Right Time’ at the moment.


You’ve got a section on fashion on your website, why? It’s something that interests me and I felt it was something I could express in a different way apart from singing. I felt if I had a section like that, people could get to know that side of me too.


Describe your style. Experimental – because some days


It’s always the right time to experiment with style...


Cleo Sol has featured on songs with Tinie Tempah, Wretch 32, Roll Deep, Bashy and long- time collaborator DaVinChe – that’s some track record. Her exotic looks are a show-stopping blend of Jamaican, Spanish and Serbian – the ‘Sol’ in her name pays homage to her sunny heritage. With the release of her sexy new single ‘Never The Right Time’, the singer’s music and style is taking a more mature direction. While on a shoot at ICandy Studios, Cleo Sol tells Flavour how she has fun with fashion, from dressed-up diva to chilled-out chic...


like today I come to the shoot in all black, and another day I’ll come in loads of colours, bright bold lips and my hair all mad. But it depends how I feel; it depends on my mood.


In some of your earlier videos you had a pixie crop – do you prefer the longer, big hair or the shorter look? Both, you know; I’ll say it now, sometimes I have to wake up and start my look all again, wash it, put treatment in it, blow dry it, you know,


Interview: Cleo Pearson


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