Mar 05, 2021
22-Year-Old Fairfield County Twin Brothers Release First Music Video
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Darien natives Matt and Chris Drake, 22-year-old identical twins, released the video at noon on Thursday, March 4 to highlight their work from the past two years.
While Matt and Chris are recent college grads from Duke and Dartmouth universities, respectively, the brothers worked collaboratively despite their distance apart, and have used it to their advantage to grow their music, said Stacey Udell, public relations spokesperson.
Since the creation of MC4D in 2018, the brothers have released official remixes for Justin Caruso, Frank Walker, Ryan Riback, NEIKED, FRND, Youngr, Wrabel, Tep No, Jocelyn Alice, and Anna Clendening among others, with labels like Sony, Warner, Universal, and Ultra.
MC4D, and emerging singer-songwriter Charlie Miller, release their new electric single “Will You Love Me” on Proximity. The high-energy production features an upbeat love song paralleled with a driving, dark bassline.
The lyrics of the new single highlight the struggles of starting a relationship and trying to understand the other person’s intentions and commitment.
The two began their music careers playing the piano when they were 7 or 8. In middle school, they discovered the garage band sound and started experimenting with music production, but it wasn't until high school they became involved in dance music.
Since then, the twins have been busy getting an education while at the same time making music together via long distance.
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Detroit Police: 12-Year-Old Grazed By Bullet During Altercation In Detroit
(CBS DETROIT) – Police are investigating after a 12-year-old girl was injured in a shooting Tuesday night in Detroit.
The incident happened at about 9:45 p.m. on Aug. 16.READ MORE: Motorcyclist Killed In West Michigan Crash
According to the Detroit Police Department, the 12-year-old and her group of friends were leaving Denby Park near Morang Avenue and Riad Street when they got into an argument with another person.
The victim was grazed by a bullet on the right hip when the argument led to a fight, and someone pulled out a gun, police say.READ MORE: US Traffic Deaths, Once In Decline, Continue To Rise In 2022
The 12-year-old was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition.
Police say they have identified a person of interest.
Anyone with information is asked to contact DPD’s Ninth Precinct at 313-596-5940 or Crime Stoppers at 800-Speak Up.MORE NEWS: Labor Day March In Detroit Cancelled For Third Consecutive Year
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