R&B’s most exciting new duo, THEY., has dropped the official music video for their Wiz Khalifa assisted single ‘What I Know Now’.
Capturing the vibes from their live performances, with the creative direction of Amber Park, the new visuals are a must see for any R&B fan. ‘What I Know Now’ is from THEY.’s forthcoming Fireside EP, which is out November 9 and will contain features from Vic Mensa, Jessie Reyez, Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih and Gallant.
Watch the official music video for ‘What I Know Now’ below.
R&B duo THEY. have released their brand new music video, from their debut LP, Nü Religion: Hyena, which released for fans just over a week ago. Recruiting Psycho Films for the visuals for ‘What You Want’, the new music video will definitely have you turning your head throughout.
And if you like what you hear, THEY. have took their new LP on the road, kicking off their Nu Religion tour last night in Seattle. Dante and Drew will make stops in Chicago, New York, Dallas, Toronto and more, until they take their tour overseas in May. You can purchase tickets for the Nu Religion Tour now at THEY.’s official website.
Watch THEY.’s new music video for ‘What You Want’ below.
R&B duo, THEY. (Dante Jones and Drew Love), have released another new track from their forthcoming debut LP, Nü Religion: Hyena. Premiering earlier today on Beat 1, ‘All’ is another must listen track from Dante and Drew.
And if you like what you hear, as we are sure you will, Nü Religion: Hyena, is only a day away (Friday, February 24th). But before you pre-order the new album, fans who purchase tickets to THEY.’s upcoming 20-city tour will receive a copy of the new album. You can purchase tickets for the Nu Relion Tour now at THEY.’s official website.
After touring the country with artists like Bryson Tiller, PARTYNEXTDOOR and Jeremih, R&B duo THEY. will be hitting the road on a headlining tour of their own. Titled after their 2015 EP, THEY. will kick off The Nu Religion Tour this March.
The tour will begin on March 7th in Seattle, Washington, and THEY. will make stops in Chicago, Dallas, Toronto, San Francisco, New York, Washington D.C. and more, until the tour concludes April 4th in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale Friday at 9AM PST at THEY.’s official website.
Last night, PARTYNEXTDOOR took on a ton of damage control and saved the day during the Chicago stop of the Summer’s Over Tour at the Aragon Ballroom. Although the concert began as planned, with R&B newcomers THEY., putting on a great opening performance, anxiety began to rush through the crowd as Jeremih still hadn’t hit the stage for his co-headlining and homecoming performance. Originally scheduled to perform at 7:50 PM, Jeremih didn’t greet his fans until about two hours later, and only for a 3-song performance before the sound crew cut off his music. It was PARTYNEXTDOOR however, who gave the Chicago fans everything they wanted and more.
The performances for the night were on a tight schedule from the very beginning. With a weekday all ages show, it was crucial for everything to go as planned. But as time began to pass, as the crowd anticipated Jeremih’s set, fans began to worry. Rumors began to circulate that Jeremih was late for his set, a rumor that was later confirmed to fans by the venue, which caused many fans who came for Jeremih to leave the show even before PND hit the stage. Then, minutes before PND’s scheduled set time of 9:00 PM, the production crew tore Jeremih’s setlist from centerstage, crumpled it into a ball and tossed it away like yesterday’s news. Production quickly began setting up for PARTYNEXTDOOR.
Fortunately for PARTYNEXTDOOR’s fans, PND would soon hit the stage, and he definitely delivered. While the DJ killed time, even playing some songs twice duo to the extended wait time, fans chanted “PARTY-NEXT-DOOR” throughout the historic venue. Although Chicago’s is Jeremih’s hometown, you would not have guessed it last night, as the majority of the crowd seemed to be there for PND and were not shy about vocalizing their displeasure for Jeremih’s tardiness. And whether you were there for PND or Jeremih, you had to have been impressed by PARTYNEXTDOOR’s performance. His vocals were near perfect, his light show throughout his set was more than entertaining, and his set alone was worth the price of admission. PND certainly made up for Jeremih’s absence.
But fortunately for the Jeremih fans who decided to stick around, the ‘Birthday Sex’ singer finally hit the stage, but it didn’t go over too well. Jeremih only performed three tracks before his sound was cut off by the sound crew. As this happened, Jeremih announced “they some haters, f*ck ya’ll” and stormed off stage. In his defense, we don’t know every detail of what happened, but it should come as no surprised that Jeremih would be late for his performance. Last night marked the third time this year that Jeremih was late for his own performance in his hometown, also being late for his sets at AAHH! Fest and Pitchfork, both festivals on strict time schedules. So with last night’s show needing to be on schedule to avoid fines and penalties, the powers in charge likely had no choice but to skip Jeremih’s set and proceed to PARTYNEXTDOOR. And when Jeremih finally appeared in the middle of PND’s set, three songs was all that the sound crew would give him.
If you came as Jeremih’s biggest fan, you didn’t have the best night of your life last night and Jeremih, the Aragon Ballroom, or someone owes you a better explanation. But if you came for PND or in general to hear some great music, than you’re in great debt to PARTYNEXTDOOR for saving what could have been a completely disastrous night.
See our photo’s from last night’s performance below, and check out the remaining dates on the Summer’s Over Tourhere.
The most exciting duo in R&B today, THEY. have shared their brand new track, ‘What You Want’. And whether they first caught your attention before their big supporting tour with Bryson Tiller, or you have yet to give their music a chance, their new self-produced record is certainly one that you won’t want to sleep on.
They have been an overnight success ever since their debut EP Nu Religion, and things recently got even more exciting for the two, as they were recently added to Jeremih and PARTYNEXTDOOR’s Summer’s Over Tour (dates below).
Minutes ago, producer-songwriter duo THEY. stepped off stage for a sold out crowd in Milwaukee, WI. Performing at The Rave, in support of R&B rising superstar Bryson Tiller’s T R A P S O U L tour, THEY. performed some new music as well as their 2015 EP, Nü Religion, which was well received by many and got some major co-signs from Zane Lowe and Ebro from Hot 97’s “Ebro in the Morning”. The emerging duo, which consists of Dante and Drew, is not only one of the most exciting R&B acts to watch this year, but they are certainly picking up a ton of new fans while on the road with Tiller.
THEY. has a sound that certainly plays well for the T R A P S O U L tour crowd, and whether it’s natural or learned throughout their previous tour stops, Dante and Drew already have found comfort on the big stage. It’s one thing to produce their addictive records, which have gathered millions of streams on SoundCloud, it’s another thing to perform those same tracks live for a sold-out audience, city-after-city. Tiller has already taken advantage of the voids in the left in the R&B world left by Frank Ocean, and there is more than enough room for THEY. to sit at the table as well. Expect THEY. to continue to make a name for themselves throughout the rest of the tour and soon after it concludes.
Check out our photos from THEY.’s opening performance tonight below, and be sure to check out the remaining dates for Tiller and THEY.’s current tour here.