Hailing from Chicago, the electropunk sister duo Krewella are active vocal inspirations through their music and editorials. Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf have grown into symbols of female empowerment – personified work ethic that transcended social and gender stigmas to ultimately achieve their dream.

With heavy rock and dance influences, the girls first burst onto the scene with their Play Hard EP in 2011. Quickly amassing almost half a billion plays, they were pioneers in a male-dominated music industry, and were one of the few female dance groups to secure major club residencies and festival appearances. Their rebellious fashion and attitude inspired their millions of fans to embrace themselves, and they formed an obsessed collective affectionately self-dubbed as the #KREW.

With the platinum hit ‘Alive’ under their belt, their evolution into a live rock / dance hybrid act continues into 2016 as they prepare to release their second album. With the rare ability to play both acoustic live sets and raucous Las Vegas club residencies, Krewella continues to grow into one of the most unique music performances in the world.


A Message from the girls (May 20th, 2016):

Dear Krew,

We have been talking about our next project for years. Before we even released Get Wet in September 2013, we were already working on new music. I know it’s taken us nearly 3 years to do it but it’s finally here — no more talking about it. Time to press play. Krew, we are proud and honored to present you the Ammunition EP. We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed creating it

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