Chloe X Halle are perhaps two of the busiest teenagers in Hollywood today. From the runway to the studio and beyond, this dynamically talented duo is doing it all.

Recently, the pair sat down with Refinery 29 to do an interview on their UnStyled podcast, discussing the journey of their overnight success but not before hitting the black carpet dressed to slay at the Third Annual InStyle Awards on October 23rd in Los Angeles, CA.


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Check out a transcription of what the girls had to say in their podcast interview below. To hear the interview in its entirety, click here.

What was the toughest part about moving to L.A.? Leaving your family must have been hard.
Chloe: “We have such supportive parents and such a loving family. They’re with us every single step of the way, and I think that’s so important. I remember the last day we were packing the house and there was a grasshopper on our porch door, and it was huge. And, you know, we’re all about symbols and what the universe is trying to tell you. So, we researched it, and it’s saying, ‘You’re moving in the right direction. Continue to leap forward.’ So we really went, ‘Okay. That was the confirmation we needed.'”
What kind of guitarists do you feel inspired by?
Halle: “Lenny Kravitz has always been one of my hugest guitar inspirations, just because of what you feel through his fingers, as he’s playing, what emotion that emits from you. That’s what I want to do. I want to make it another form of self-expression for myself. Because with singing, it’s so easy to just express how I’m feeling and tell everybody stories in a few amount of words, but with guitar, it’s a whole different story, because I feel like it’s more difficult because I don’t have the words.”
Do you feel like you’re each other’s guide? Or are you pretty equal?
Chloe: “I really admire my sister, because she knows what she wants in life, and I’m learning that from her, to be very upfront with my feelings. She’s like, ‘I want this, this, this, this, this, and this, and I’m not afraid to speak my mind.’ And I think that is so important for even young females to know, to speak their mind, and speak what they want, because that’s how you’re happy. I learn that from my sister every day. I feel like we’re partners in crime.”
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