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Chromeo Comes Alive
By RR

Dave 1 and P-Thugg are back with the ultimate summer soundtrack, White Women featuring the hit song, “Jealous (I Ain’t With It)”. 

Since their 2004 debut She’s in Control, Chromeo has led a resurgence of electro-funk influenced pop acts including the likes of Metronomy, Neon Indian, CSS, YACHT, Justice, and LCD Soundsystem. 

The duo’s slick production, witty wordplay and infectious melodies have drawn comparisons to pop legends Hall & Oates, who Chromeo had the opportunity to perform with both in 2008 on Live from Daryl’s House and again in 2010 at Bonnaroo. 

Following 2010’s Business Casual, Chromeo’s White Women is well worth the four year wait. The band’s most ambitious offering yet features appearances by Solange, Ezra Koenig (Vampire Weekend) and Toro Y Moi. 

Stand out tracks include infectious singles "Jealous (I Ain't With It)" and "Come Alive" ft. Toro Y Moi, as well as the funk bass and lead synth laden "Over Your Shoulder", "Lost On The Way Home" featuring the incredible Solange Knowles, slow jam "Ezra's Interlude" featuring Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend, and 80's nostalgia infused "Old 45's". 

Check out the band’s recent performance of “Come Alive” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Click here to download your copy of White Women, featuring "Jealous (I Ain't With It)" on iTunes, or stream it now on Spotify or Rdio!

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on May 14, 2014 - 1:43am

Dave 1 and P-Thugg are back with the ultimate summer soundtrack, White Women featuring the hit song, “Jealous (I Ain’t With It)”. 

Since their 2004 debut She’s in Control, Chromeo has led a resurgence of electro-funk influenced pop acts including the likes of Metronomy, Neon Indian, CSS, YACHT, Justice, and LCD Soundsystem. 

The duo’s slick production, witty wordplay and infectious melodies have drawn comparisons to pop legends Hall & Oates, who Chromeo had the opportunity to perform with both in 2008 on Live from Daryl’s House and again in 2010 at Bonnaroo. 

Following 2010’s Business Casual, Chromeo’s White Women is well worth the four year wait. The band’s most ambitious offering yet features appearances by Solange, Ezra Koenig (Vampire Weekend) and Toro Y Moi. 

Stand out tracks include infectious singles "Jealous (I Ain't With It)" and "Come Alive" ft. Toro Y Moi, as well as the funk bass and lead synth laden "Over Your Shoulder", "Lost On The Way Home" featuring the incredible Solange Knowles, slow jam "Ezra's Interlude" featuring Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend, and 80's nostalgia infused "Old 45's". 

Check out the band’s recent performance of “Come Alive” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Click here to download your copy of White Women, featuring "Jealous (I Ain't With It)" on iTunes, or stream it now on Spotify or Rdio!

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