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Chloe x Halle on their debut album, 'Grown-ish' and Beyoncé's advice  1 Week ago

Source:   USA Today  

When Chloe and Halle Bailey posted a cover of a Beyoncé song on YouTube in 2013, they had no clue that Beyoncé would see it. Or that she would like it, sign them to her record label and become their mentor. 

USA TODAY caught up with the starlets you're about to see everywhere.

The sisters say that the album was created in their living room, with each musician adding her own flair to the creation of each song. "Whenever we’re feeling something, Chloe goes into the living room, she starts playing this really cool beat," says 17-year-old Halle, adding that she shreds on the guitar and Chloe plays the piano and conjures up the beats. "I kind of catch a vibe off of what she starts playing and I start writing and then we come together and write."

Queen Bey is their mentor. It's one thing to admire Beyoncé. It's another for you to become her protégés. "She’s always just motivating us and letting us know that we just need to trust our gut and our intuition," Chloe says, adding that Beyoncé tells them to "never compromise yourself or your music for anybody."

"This world is such a beautiful place, but at the same time it could get so much better," Halle says. "We can make the world a better place with the power of creativity and using our art."





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