Chloe x Halle Drop Sophomore Album 'Ungodly Hour'

Chloe x Halle Drop Sophomore Album 'Ungodly Hour'

Chloe x Halle Drop Sophomore Album 'Ungodly Hour'

The sister duo who are Grammy-nominated artists and actors released their new album on Friday.

The sister duo who are Grammy-nominated artists and actors released their new album on Friday.

Text: Sam Ford

Chloe x Halle, who are signed to Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment and Columbia Records, had postponed the release of their new album Ungodly Hour as the protests against police brutality broke out. Out of respect for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others, the sister duo announced on Instagram, "In honor of all of the lives lost in police brutality, we felt like it was right to postpone, and fully shine our attention and our work on them."

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As Ungodly Hour hit streaming platforms on Friday, the Grammy-nominated artists and actors worked with Disclosure on the album's title track and joined forces with Make WiLL Made-It and Swae Lee for "Catch Up". For the sounds heard throughout the 13 tracks, the sisters were influenced by Halle's "jazz head" and Chloe's inspiration from "'90s music and early 2000s production," they told Teen Vogue.

"We wanted to show our sensual side because we are growing as young women, but we still kept it classy and cute. It was just really fun for us to do that," Chloe said to Teen Vogue. "We also wanted to start dancing this era, and just something really simple. And it makes us so happy to see everyone doing that dance on TikTok."

Head below to listen to Ungodly Hour.

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