Beyonce's proteges Chloe X Halle release the futuristic, ethereal visual for “Happy Without Me," a song featuring Joey Bada$$ from their album, The Kids Are Alright. In the clip, the sisters are like glittery ocean nymphs who hang around an angel, a.k.a a man who sort of looks like Joey Bada$$ wearing angel wings. The talented sisters performed a week [Read More]
Sister duo Chloe x Halle are ready to unleash their debut album titled The Kids Are Alright on March 23rd. The LP, set to release via Beyonce's Parkwood Entertainment and Columbia Records, will consist of 16 tracks and two bonus tracks. With almost three years in the industry after being discovered by Bey via YouTube, Chloe (19) and Halle (17) have embarked on [Read More]
Featured on the latest installation of 'Verified' by Genius, Beyoncé’s label Parkwood Entertainment signees Chloe x Halle give meaning to the lyrics found in their single, "The Kids Are Alright." "The Kids Are Alright" is the lead single and title track from the sister's forthcoming debut album, due out March 23 (pre-order the LP to receive 4 instant-grat downloads). Co-written by [Read More]
Ava DuVernay's upcoming film A Wrinkle In Time is the director's love letter to Black women and girls. Starring Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey, and Gugu Mbatha Raw, the film is the epitome of #blackgirlmagic. The film follows 13-year-old Meg, played by Reid, as she tries to find her missing father and saves the world. It is an adaptation based on the [Read More]
To heighten anticipation around their upcoming highly anticipated television show, "Grown-ish," sister duo Chloe x Halle unveil the theme song, "Grown." "Grown" is an original song written by Chloe x Halle and produced by Halle Bailey. In the accompanying video, the girls document their fun times together via social media (Snapchat). "Grown-ish" premieres on Disney’s young adult television and streaming network Freeform [Read More]
With ethereal harmonies and edgy, funky tracks, the 18 and 16-year old duo respectively tackle subjects of self-love and pride on the self-written project.
Beyonce's young proteges Chloe x Halle made a significant impact last night with their performance on the BET Awards. A few months ago, they released their single/video "Drop" on Bey's label Parkwood Entertainment, a tune heavy with the Beyonce-influence and undeniably heavy on the talent. During their performance of the song on the BET Awards, the sisters showed off their amazing vocals and stage presence; [Read More]
Queen Bey discovered the girls on YouTube a few years back, and, impressed by their covers, she signed them to her label Parkwood Entertainment. Chloe and Halle Bailey recently sat down with Music Choice to discuss the experience of being on the set while filming Lemonade.
With a cosign by Queen Bey, 17 and 16-year-old sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey are poised to soar into the stratosphere of stardom. The teen duo is one of many female signees to Beyonce’s Parkwood Entertainment label, and they recently released their new single titled “Drop.”