Beyonce's Proteges Chloe x Halle 'Dropped' A New Single, & It's Everything
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Beyonce's Proteges Chloe x Halle 'Dropped' A New Single, & It's Everything

Alt-Pop/R&B singers Chloe and Halle have a lot to be thankful for.

The Atlanta-born beauties were signed to Beyonce's Parkwood Entertainment back in 2015 for $1 million after their wildly famous rendition of Pretty Hurts that the duo posted to YouTube.

Now they're posted up with Parkwood Entertainment, and working for extra hard for those dollars. Since inking their deal, their worlds have been turned upside. From their features in Elle, to being featured on FLOTUS' "This Is For My Girls" single, Chloe and Halle have been showing up and showing out their very talented skills for the world, and I'm here for it.

Their most recent career milestone - besides being one of several shining representations of #SquadGoals in Beyonce's #LEMONADE visual album - is the release of their song Drop from their EP album, Sugar Symphony, which dropped (ha ha) on April 29.

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