Chloe x Halle
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Chloe x Halle on their movie video of "Do It"

The R&B sister duo of Chloe and Halle Bailey, more popularly known as Chloe x Halle, dropped their newest single, "Do It" earlier today. The track is part of the playlist from their sophomore album.

"Do It" takes on as the lead single for their forthcoming album "Ungodly Hour" that will be out in the market on June 5. Watch now the music video -

The MV that was uploaded at midnight, shows the YouTube sensation perfectly harmonizing their melodious voices with a catchy, upbeat tempo in their sleek outfits. As expected, fans went gushing over the sisters' new song and took to the social media their praises. Emojis of lit, clapping hands, bursting tears filled Twitter and Instagram with their comments. Queen Beyoncé, their mentor, shared the announcement of their MV release on her IG - and 3.4 million unanimously agreed with her.

Few days before the release, the duo had posted teasers on their social media showing previews of their look and the sound of the beat. On Tuesday, they posted on Instagram their TikTok video with the two singing the chorus acapella while snapping their fingers to the rhythm - and ending on a high note. The fans were quick to take notice of their amazing voices, one commented they sound like angels.

A month earlier, Chloe x Halle released the first single from the upcoming album. "Catch Up" is a collaboration beat song with Swae Lee.

Chloe x Halle Invaded YouTube and Beyoncé

The young sisters are surely in perfect hands - with no less than the Queen Bey to hone them. Born and raised in Atlanta Georgia, Chloe, then 13 and Halle at age 11, started uploading their covers over the streaming platform, YouTube. The first song on their official channel was Beyoncé's "Best Thing I Never Had" in July 2011 that has now 5.4 M views.

Their angelic and beyond-their-age voices captivated the hearts of the viewers as they went on uploading more covers of other artists - Rihanna, John Legend, Adele, Alicia Keys, Christina Aguilera, among others. Their channel currently has 1.17 million subscribers.

It was their cover of Queen Bey's "Pretty Hurts" that mesmerized the superstar when it was posted on Dec. 2013. At that time, Chloe was 15, and Halle was 13. The "Irreplaceable" singer shared their clip on her Facebook page with the caption "So amazingly talented!" The cover gained 18.6 M views as of this time.

Not to lose time and sight of great talents, Beyoncé through her record label, Parkwood Entertainment contacted the sisters two weeks after the video rocked the internet. In January 2014, Chloe and Halle signed a deal under her record company and the Queen became their mentor.

After a few years, the family moved out of Atlanta and settled in Los Angeles to be closer to where the action is. The duo launched their debut album "The Kids Are Alright" in March 2018 which both of them wrote and produced. The album earned them a nomination in the Grammys. They wrote the theme song of the TV show "Grown-ish" where they also were featured. The duo was opened "On the Road II" stadium tour of the power couple Beyoncé and Jay Z in 2018.

Chloe x Halle are thankful how Queen Bey allowed them to explore with their own creativity with their own music, they said in an interview with People in 2018. Halle said, "She's definitely put her footprint" and added "reminding us we can do anything we want."

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