At soon-to-be 20 and 18, respectively, Chloe and Halle Bailey are spiritually-grounded in a way that far exceeds their years. The sisters write and produce their own music and when they harmonize, there’s no denying how attuned they are – as individuals, siblings and creative collaborators.
The buzz about the sisters began building back in 2013, by way of their YouTube Channel. That’s where they posted their now-infamous covers of popular songs. Then in December of that year, they shared their rendition of Beyoncé’s ballad, Pretty Hurts, which has since garnered over 15 million views. That’s when everything changed. First came a call from Beyoncé, followed by a recording deal with her label, Parkwood Entertainment. Since then, Chloe x Halle served as the opening act for “The Formation World Tour” and appeared in the now-legendary visual album, Lemonade. In 2016, they also lent their voices to the song, This is for My Girls (alongside Kelly Rowland, Zendaya and Janelle Monáe, among them) in support of Let Girls Learn, an education-focused initiative launched by former President Obama and First Lady, Michelle Obama. The rest is their history in the making.
With their debut album, The Kids Are Alright, EP Sugar Symphony and mixtape The Two Of Us under their belts, Chloe x Halle are surely on their way, yet they’re just getting started.