Exclusive: Louis York The Musical Pioneers Changing the Industry One Hit After Another

The Grammy award-winning musical pioneering duo Chuck and Claude aka Louis York are constantly thinking outside the box. With their constant challenge to music enthusiasts and the music industry, they insist that artists aren’t defined by just one genre. They’ve decided to create their own sound and genre, New American Soul. 

Louis York has worked with some incredible musical artists from Rihanna to Kelly Clarkson, Tank, the amazing Shandellas, Tamia, and so many more.  With over one million views for their latest encouraging and uplifting song, “Alone A Lot” featuring the soulful crooner, Anthony Hamilton, as you can imagine, there’s never a down day.

We had the opportunity to speak with the global hitmakers about their musical process when working with different artists, challenges of the business, evolving as an artist, and business owners of their label, ‘Weirdo Workshop.’ We inquired about how they manage the stamina and demands of the industry and everything they have going on.

“We’re ambitious, Chuck and I don’t get comfortable, we don’t get lazy ever. Um, first of all just because we love music as a career, we don’t waste a single day. We have so many dreams, I just feel like even though it may feel like we’ve done so much in our minds we’ve done so little… We got our eyes on film scoring.”

With their popular podcast, ‘We Sound Crazy,’ Chuck and Claude are constantly on the road, cooking up amazing music with incredible artists and chitchatting with industry veterans. In this interview, we discussed the direction music is headed in the future, and how social media has negatively impacted the music industry. Reversing it, however, is possible.

Tap here to listen to Louis York’s discography, and tell us their thoughts below.

Be sure to watch our full exclusive interview below.


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