The Atlanta-born teenaged sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey are back again with another cover! The duo recently took on Kendrick Lamar’s latest single, “Humble” and released it via Twitter. Chloe rocked out on the keys while both ladies used their angelic voices to make a great song even greater. Who knew that was even possible? After killing Designer’s “Timmy Turner” and Yo Gotti’s “Down in the DMs,” there isn’t a song these two can’t flawlessly cover.
— chloe x halle (@chloeandhalle) April 8, 2017
Fans praised them, while some wondered why they are just now hopping on the ChloexHalle train.
The sisters began posting YouTube song covers in 2009 at just 9 and 13-years-old. Before reaching high school, the songstresses began to gain an Internet buzz. Their beautifully trained voices, power, and smooth harmonies caught the ear the Queen herself, Beyoncé, in 2013 when the sisters released a video of them covering “Pretty Hurts.” Their cover garnered over 12 million views. Beyoncé reposted the video on her Facebook page, launching the young ladies into a new level stardom. Following her shout out, Beyoncé signed the sisters for $1 million to her management company, Parkwood Entertainment.
ChloexHalle were able to use YouTube to strike a deal with one of the biggest artist of our lifetime. Just imagine being able to consider Beyoncé your mentor (drops dead). With their newfound fame, success, and busy schedules, the budding artists ensure not to neglect their YouTube cover-lovers. Known professionally as ChloexHalle, the duo released an EP titled Sugar Symphony in 2016 shortly after that we caught a glimpse of them in Beyonce’s Lemonade video.
If this is your first time hearing about this dynamic duo, check out their Youtube channel, their new mixape “The Two of Us” (which is written, mixed, and produced by the duo), and their latest video “Drop” below! These ladies are definitely a force to be reckoned with. When you see these two win Grammys, don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Written By: Danielle Pearman @DannieOnAir