Chromeo first hit the music scene in 2004 with their debut album called She’s In Control. Now, a decade later, David Macklovitch and Patrick Gemayel are back again with their fourth album, White Women, and it does not disappoint. The smooth rhythms and electronic dance vibes could possibly put this successful underground duo right into the mainstream spotlight.

One thing is for sure about this release; it will have you moving from start to finish. There are soul, funk, dance, electronic, pop, alternative, and RnB sounds all over this album. While that may seem like an overwhelming number of influences, Chromeo proves they can make it all work and then some. Songs like Jealous (I Ain’t With It) and Lost On The Way Home are highlight tracks that set this release apart from previous efforts.