Louis the Child and Pell’s New Collab Project

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What do you get when you combine Louis the Child and Pell? Pellican Child. The two artists from different areas, Louis the Child from Chicago and Pell from New Orleans, have an incredible sound that represents their cities well. They debut their collaborative project with this hot new single, “Turn Me Down”. Stream it below and if you like what you hear, read on for more info on the individual artists.

Both artists have seen their share of the spotlight. Rap artist Pell had a song remixed by G-Eazy back in May of 2015. Pell’s “Eleven:11” was remixed and renamed to “Got It Like That” and has received well over 8 million streams on Spotify alone. In Nov. of 2015, Pell released his LIMBO EP. His latest release is his “All In A Day’s Work” from back in September of 2016. Check it out here.

Louis the Child has seen their share of the spotlight as well. A duo music group consisting of Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett, the pair has seen great success with the song you’ve definitely heard, “The Weekend“, and their remix of famous The Chainsmokers song “Kanye”. From opening for artists such as The Chainsmokers and Madeon, to performing at huge festivals like Coachella, Electric Forest, Electric Zoo New York, and Lollapalooza, you’re sure to have heard their name. Stream their latest release, “Fire”, below.

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Louis The Child: SoundCloud
Pell: SoundCloud