Chloe x Halle Announce Debut Album ‘The Kids Are Alright’
Are the kids all right? We can't speak for each, but Chloe x Halle are certainly in a good spot.
The R&B duo and sisters announced the highly anticipated March 23 release of their debut full-length album, The Kids Are Alright, on Wednesday (February 21). And in case that wasn't enough for fans to chew on, the duo also unveiled the cover of the LP, which features Chloe and Halle resting against one another while entwined in psychedelic embroidery. (Are those tears made of diamonds? A spaceship beaming both up? Why yes, yes they are...)
And followers dug it.
"I CANNOT STOP SCREAMING," one fan wrote, while another noted "You girls have been doing amazing and I can hardly wait for this big step in your careers."
Chloe x Halle also appear in Freeform's hit black-ish spinoff grown-ish, alongside Yara Shahidi and Trevor Jackson. They wrote and recorded the show's theme song, the angelic "Grown."
The sisters told Nylon in January that while they're planning to take some risks with the new album, it's still a clear representation of who they've always been.
"We’re expanding our songs and we’re growing, so you’ll definitely hear that in the songs and in the lyrics," Chloe said. "It’s mostly produced by my sister and me, and all of the lyrics are by us and we had a chance to collaborate with some really cool up-and-coming producers, as well. So, we can’t wait for the world to hear it. And I hope they enjoy it because we love it. We’re just ready for it to fly!"
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