Chloe Charles’s past lives on in the form of Echlo, who is trying to start again, taking with her just the echoes of the valuable lessons she has learned and leaving the anguish and errors of her past behind.
Being a black girl in Toronto’s music industry, which is basically a boy’s club, striving to be heard while having a Trini-Canadian heritage informs the uncompromising tenacity of her work. Her work is also influenced by her history.
A defiant rejection of society’s systematic norms, giving a harsh criticism of the accepted political, social, and economic principles that keep us prisoners This author’s work reflects the concerns of her time and features a defiant rejection of society systematic customs.
Despite the fact that she is Julian Lennon’s stepsister, the Canadian singer-songwriter is building a reputation for herself in her own right. Continue scrolling down for our reviewer’s recommendations of further hot jazz performers.
ECHLO is determined to push back against the expectations of an all-too-often inhumane society; with stories of her experimentation with polyamory, anti-establishment tales that some might consider conspiracy, the inability to commit to one love, and the belief that mental illness is a sane response to a sick society. ECHLO departs from the autobiographical songwriting approach.