The duo, who partnered up with Premier on the track “My Space Baby” earlier this year, discussed the experience and their desire to spend more time performing in Asia in an interview with Billboard Radio China.
As an electronic-inspired duo coming from the heartland of country music, Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber are excited to show the world a less-represented side of the Nashville music scene. Having gained international attention with their 2014 hit “Doses & Mimosas,” the band are touring with new music and collaborations, evidenced by their work on “My Space Baby.”
Talking about the project, the band say working with DJ Premier was a highlight of their lives: “DJ Premier is a legend, and he has been making amazing class music for decades now. … It was a very surreal moment to get into his studio, watch him making music, and collaborate with him. His process of making music is so pure and he just does it. It was really cool.”
Planning ahead, the band wants to grow their name worldwide, with an added focus on new audiences around Asia and the world. The band sees Asia as a place they want to spend more time focusing their energy, and have promised to spend as much time as they can in China playing music, making lots of friends, and “just sending love.”
Working to grow the foundation they’ve built so far, along with making more music and creating more “stuff for people to get into,” the duo still has a lot to get done to reach their dreams but they’re well on their way.
Check out the full episode of 10 Questions on <a href=”http://www.billboardradiochina.com/bb2/27-September-2017-Cherub-Make-It-Feel-Alive-10-Questions-Billboard-hot-100-fest” target=”_blank”>Billboard Radio China</a>, and watch the interview here:
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