Five years ago, sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey -- now known as Chloe x Halle -- posted a cover to their YouTube channel of Beyoncé's "Pretty Hurts," which ultimately caught the attention of Queen Bey herself. Fast forward to 2018, and the girls (now signed to Bey's Parkwood Entertainment) have released their debut full-length album The Kids Are Alright and recently performed at one of the biggest festivals in the world: Coachella.
Chloe x Halle performed some of some of their new music live on the Honda Stage at iHeartRadio HQ in New York City, ahead of their Coachella performance. The duo performed their single "The Kids Are Alright," as well as songs like "Grown" (from their TV series Grown-ish) and "Warrior" (from the film A Wrinkle In Time).
The Honda Stage platform celebrates determined, breakout artists, which are all adjectives that describe Chloe and Halle. The talented young sisters began posting their incredible covers to their YouTube channel, until they eventually caught the eye of Beyoncé and her Parkwood Entertainment imprint several years ago. After signing with Parkwood, the girls began releasing their own music, and just recently, shared their debut album The Kids Are Alright.
The Kids Are Alright is comprised of 16 songs including features from artists like Joey Bada$$, GoldLink, and Kari Faux, in addition to songs from the TV show they appear on Grown-ish, and their track from the new film A Wrinkle In Time called "Warrior." During a recent interview with iHeartRadio, he explained of their very first full-length album:
"Once upon a time, not long ago, we were in our living room. And we decided, 'Hey, let's make some music.' And it took three long, hard, and fun years to create this album called The Kids Are Alright. We are so excited because we spent all those days in our living room, just working at it, and finally, it's ready for the world to hear."
Watch Chloe x Halle perform Live on the Honda Stage at iHeartRadio HQ in New York City right here.
Check out some photos from Chloe x Halle's exclusive performance on the Honda Stage below.
Photos: Rachel Kaplan