/  09.04.2020


Back in June, Atlanta duo Chloe x Halle unveiled their sophomore release Ungodly Hour, which saw 13 new tracks from the group and additional assistance from Swae Lee and Mike WiLL Made-It. The project has since become their biggest success to date, landing them within the top 20 on the Billboard 200 thanks to 24,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. Arguable, the biggest standout from Ungodly Hour is the Scott Storch-produced “Do It,” an upbeat cut that sees Chloe x Halle enjoying life and living it to the fullest:

“I’m just with the crew, we ain’t out here lookin’ for boo, ’cause some nights be better with you/

It’s a homies-only kind of mood, and tonight we on a hundred, one hundred, no drama, no baby mamas, keepin’ it cute…/”

Today (September 4), Chloe x Halle liberate a remix of the aforementioned cut, bringing along Doja Cat, Mulatto, and City Girls for the celebration. Given everyone’s individual success right now, fans can expect this track to see some additional life on the charts.

Prior to Ungodly Hour, Chloe x Halle delivered The Kids Are Alright, their debut studio LP under Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment imprint. That release saw assists from Kari Faux, Joey BADA$$, and Goldlink, as well as the singles “Grown” and “Warrior,” taken from Grown-ish and A Wrinkle In Time, respectively.

Speaking to REVOLT, Chloe x Halle spoke on what they learned from Beyoncé and her husband JAY-Z while they are on tour:

“The greatest thing we learned while being on tour with those powerhouses is number one: To give it your all every single night. No matter whatever weather, no matter how they were feeling, they gave an outstanding show every time. Every night we watched it, we felt like it was new every single time.”

Press play on “Do It (Remix)” below.

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