Noelle Chiodo promises to put passion behind every word she writes and note she sings. 


Her ability to mold together detailed, personal, clever lyrics with hooky pop beats is inevitably given her a reputation as an artist and songwriter. Not to mention Noelle, raised in one of America’s entertainment capitals, Las Vegas, knows how to command a stage and captivate an audience. She has been hired to perform for many elite events; including, the Miss USA nationally televised welcome reception, Lisa Vanderpump’s (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Vanderpump) and Route 91 Strong’s Benefit for Route 91, and more.


Her latest single, “That’s It, I’m Done”, co written and produced with Alec Zeilon and co produced by Luke Dimond (multiplatinum engineer and producer, credits include: LSD ft. Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo), holds a vengeful message which translates in the anthemic pop production, cutting edge lyrics, and powerful vocals with a purpose to give any one that’s been “played” a sense of empowerment and confidence. “That’s It, I’m Done” has gained the attention of many, including Misguided Clothing Blog, Reignland Magazine, Stage Right Secrets, and many Spotify Playlists, including; Discover Weekly, Now or Never, Most Wanted 40 Pop, etc.!


Following the release of “That’s It, I’m Done” Noelle prepared for her next release of 2020, “Making Love to the Dark”, alongside Turkish DJ, Yagiz Ince. The track gained the attention of Found Frequencies, a sub label of Armada Music (Europe) and was signed on to Found Frequencies and Armada Music Publishing to be released under the Found Frequencies Compilation Album Vol. 2, released June 26 alongside 4 other songs. The house track is already being circulated on radio stations through out Europe and the US. 


Prior to this, Noelle had released her debut self titled EP in 2019, which featured a wide variety of self written music to fulfill any listener’s cravings. From the catchy, upbeat pop hooks in “Up All Night” to the more serious, sultry ballads like “Your Love’s Got Me Blinded”, which was dedicated to domestic violence survivors, with participation from the National Domestic Violence Hotline and Shade Tree LV. Tracks from her EP project were featured on a range of Spotify playlists, including; Discover Weekly, Discovery Beasts, Trending Genie, Instagram Stars, Pop Global, and many more. In total reaching an audience of 300,000. This project also received press attention from Daily Mail, Vents Magazine, Gas Mask Magazine, etc. and introduced Noelle to the world of sync, with her first TV placement in the trending Netflix reality series, “Selling Sunset". 


Noelle Chiodo began singing at the age of 8 and shortly after began learning piano and fully emerging herself in everything music to absorb and learn as much as she could. It wasn’t until she experienced the loss of a family friend at the age of 12, when she began songwriting. A few years later, she picked up a guitar, bought a fake ID, and started gigging all over Sin City at some of Las Vegas’ top restaurants, hottest lounges, biggest charity events, and more. Years later, she felt she needed to expand into LA and made a promise to herself to make monthly trips to LA. She did so while balancing school, multiple jobs, the self management of her artist project, and picking up extra shifts at the night club. Her work ethic and dedication to her craft shows. 


Raised on a wide variety of music, from soul to mariachi to classic rock, Noelle pulls inspiration from many genres and you can definitely hear her unique sound in her music. Looking up to songwriters; such as, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Julia Michaels, and Lady gaga, she has learned to soak up her surroundings like a sponge. Whether it’s books, movies, personal experiences; her goal is to write her stories, then give it to the audience to hear and paint their own pictures with and she is certainly mastering this. Noelle is a pop artist, incorporating soulful twist from her influences; such as, Christina Aguilera, Aretha Franklin, Bruno Mars, and Joss Stone. This is only expected as Noelle grew up known as “the little girl with the big voice” with her unexpected wide range and powerful vocals.