Cheat Codes descended on the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles to deliver a high-energy, hands-in-the-air, dance party of a performance during iHeartRadio Presents Cheat Codes on the Honda Stage.
With 2017 coming to a close in the next few months, the dance music trio, comprised of Trevor Dahl, Kevin Ford, and Matthew Russell have had an incredible year. Their collaboration with Demi Lovato, "No Promises," became an international hit, and the guys recently teamed up with Fetty Wap on their latest single "Feels Great."
At the end of September, Cheat Codes performed during the Daytime Village at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, but during their set at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles, they held nothing back. The guys took the stage for the intimate room of energetic fans, which created one giant dance party. In fact, the word we're looking for here is LIT.
During their performance, the group's Trevor Dahl took front and center stage to sing many of Cheat Codes's own songs while Kevin and Matthew took control of the DJ booth. During their set, the guys performed songs like their collaboration with Kriss Kross Amsterdam "Sex," some of their earlier singles like "Say Goodbye" and "Visions" (which was the first song they ever released), their collab with Robin Schulz and David Guetta "Shed A Light," as well as their song "Stay With You."
Cheat Codes ended their performance with "No Promises" and "Feels Great," during which the guys brought out singer CVBZ (pronounced "Cubs"), who is also featured on the track with Fetty Wap.
And then the swans came out.
After their performance, Cheat Codes sat down with host Manny to talk about their year of success and music during a special Q&A. Check what what fun facts we learned:
Demi Lovato is buying them tattoos.
Trevor says that his is going to be a "sun and a moon" and it's going to be "beautiful," while Matt plans to get "a skeleton hand that's crossing their fingers, like 'No Promises.'" Meanwhile, Kevi is still figuring out what his ink will be.
Right now they are "dabbling" in more hip hop-sounding songs.
Trevor explained, "We're kind of dabbling in some more of the urban/hip hop stuff, so we want to see how that turns out."
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