• Chloe x Halle’s “Ungodly Hour” video is out
  • Netizens laud the sisters for their astounding performance
  • Once YouTubers, Chloe and Halle Bailey were discovered by Beyonce

R&B Superstars Chloe x Halle gave a scintillating performance of “Ungodly Hour” at “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday, Vulture reported.

Netizens were really impressed by Chloe x Halle’s outstanding performance and they couldn’t help but laud them on Twitter. The duo has also released their new single from the album of the same name.

“Chloe” is currently trending on the micro-blogging site, and here’s what the netizens had to say.

One Twitter user commented on the conversation thread, saying “Chloe x Halle [is] constantly raising the bar.”

“At this point, they [have] raised it, [and] they just continuously surpass themselves to me, since they’re the standard,” a netizen tweeted. “They’re honestly one of the few that gave me hope for this generation.”

“The “Ungodly Hour” visuals are everything,” says another. “NO ONE is seeing Chloe x, Halle.”

“Chloe x Halle are [actual] sirens,” another Twitter user said.

“[Thanks] for delivering another spectacular work, u both deserve the world for always sharing the best of u with us,” another netizen said. “Your talent is dimensionless and always surprises us, thank god you both are the future of music. [Love You SO] much!”

Born in Atlanta, the talented singers were discovered by no one other than Queen Bey Beyonce herself. Before rising to fame, sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey were YouTubers performing covers of Beyonce songs.

Beyonce at the BET Awards 2020. Twitter/ BET

The duo caught the attention of Beyonce when she saw their rendition of her song, “Pretty Hurts” on YouTube a few years back, according to Showbiz CheatSheet. Subsequently, Beyonce reportedly had the girls sign a $1 million deal for six albums under her record label Parkwood Entertainment, ABC News reported.

To clarify, Chloe and Halle are not twins. Chloe is 22, while Halle is 20.

The sisters are not only awesome performers but also writers. In fact, the Bailey sisters are the ones who wrote and executively produce their album “The Kids Are Alright” in 2018, according to Chloe x Halle's official site.

Chloe x Halle said that their debut album meant so much for them because it depicted their experiences. The Bailey sisters said, "this is three years of self-discovery, vulnerability, and growth, all put into one album. We've put our hearts and souls into every lyric, every beat, and we cannot wait for the world to hear."