Celebrity Favourite and Former CIU Artist of the Year, Chelsea Radford, Releases New Single On World

Famed for her work alongside the likes of Mike Tyson, Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Ricky Hatton, and Paul Gascoigne, former CIU Artist of the Year, Chelsea Radford, is set to release “It’s Okay” , which promotes being kind to one’s self, on 13th November: World Kindness Day.

Former CIU Artist of the Year, Chelsea Radford, has today announced the release of her brand-new, remotely-recorded single It’s Okay, which will be to download and stream across all mainstream digital platforms from 13th November 2020. This date coincides with World Kindness Day, which celebrates and highlights the importance of kindness.

The award-winning vocalist, who has accumulated tens of thousands of fans across socials, has opted to release her new track on this date as the lyrics encourage listeners to be kind to themselves, especially on days that are challenging; ‘It’s okay not to be the best of you, It’s alright if you cry and you can’t pull through.”

“When I first heard It’s Okay, I immediately felt an emotional connection with the lyrics and knew that my listeners would resonate with the track,” commented Chelsea. “I’d consider myself fairly private – beyond what I choose to share on socials about my music – so it isn’t common knowledge that I struggle with anxiety. People may think that - because I sing in front of large audiences – I am confident; but it’s true that we only share our best selves online.”

Radford continued, “So, no matter how people may seem on the surface, you just don’t know what they might be going through emotionally and mentally. It’s Okay is uplifting and offers positivity to those who need a reminder to be kind to themselves, especially on tough days; we all have hard days, we all hurt some times, we all cry some days, and It’s Okay to embrace those emotions because that’s what makes us human. ”

Chelsea embarked on her musical career at the age of 16 and has since risen to popularity on the celebrity circuit, having toured with Mike Tyson, and performed at Meet and Greet events for: Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Ricky Hatton, Paul Gascoigne, Tim Witherspoon, Joe Calzaghe, Roberto Duran, Adrian Morley, and Connor McGregor. Furthermore, Chelsea has performed at the Leeds Variety Club alongside Billy Pearce, Joe Longthorne MBE, and The Drifters, and has recently recorded two cover songs with full live backing band in Nashville, Tennessee with Dolly Parton's backing singers.

It’s Okay was penned by chart-topping singer/songwriter Biddy Ronelle, International Female Songwriter Finalist - ISSA Awards 2020, and top ten singer/songwriter David Tattersall, who have both recently released charity single Let The Music Play to raise money for Help Musicians.

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