Welcome to Throwback Tunesday, where Mashable amplifies the echoes of music past. With genre trends and throwbacks, we synthesize music and nostalgia.
Explaining Chromeo to someone unfamiliar with the band is a tall order. The electro-funk duo’s newest album is titled White Women. Chromeo’s live performance is aesthetically enhanced by keyboards propped up with plastic, high-heeled women’s legs. Dave 1 and P-Thugg pen songs with names like “Bonafide Lovin’ (Tough Guys),” containing lyrics such as, “Never mind an SMS/What you need is a sweet caress.” Think you’ve got it?