Chloe x Halle have spent a lot of time with Beyoncé, and are spilling secrets of hanging with Blue Ivy
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Chloe and Halle Bailey’s career exploded after Beyoncé shared their 2008 cover of her song “Pretty Hurts” on her Facebook page.

Over 12 million views later, the teenage sisters – known professionally as Chloe x Halle – have become music’s next big thing. Their signature harmonies and songwriting prowess got them signed with Queen Bey’s Parkwood Entertainment management firm, secured them a performance spot on the 2016 BET Awards, and even helped them nab a cameo on the singer’s latest visual album, Lemonade.

Now, home from opening for Beyoncé on the European leg of her Formation World Tour, the Atlanta natives are hitting the PEOPLE Now Concert Series Presented by Toyota Music for a sure-to-be killer performance that will stream live on PEOPLE.com and other Time Inc. digital platforms at 6 p.m. ET Thursday.

But before that, Chloe, 18, and Halle, 16, swung by L.A. music mainstay Amoeba Records with PEOPLE Now’s Aaron Eisenberg, where they revealed some interesting information about Beyoncé and her daughter Blue Ivy.

“It was such an incredible learning experience, seeing how she gives her 100 percent every night and [builds] such a great family relationship with the whole crew,” Chloe said of being on tour with the Grammy-winning singer.

The two spent plenty of time backstage with Bey, and while even they can’t say who “Becky with the good hair” is, the singing sisters can give some first-hand accounts of hanging out with 4½-year-old Blue Ivy.

“She’s very kind and very curious – like any other child would be,” Chloe says.”She’s the kindest, kindest girl,” Halle adds.

But does Blue Ivy know her parents are famous?

“No!” says Halle. “She’s the sweetest little kid. She just thinks her parents are going to work and they’re raising her so well,” Chloe explains.

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Chloe x Halle will perform “Drop” – their single of their latest EP Sugar Symphony – as well as a few of their other hits at Thursday’s PEOPLE Now concert event.

Austin and Ally star Laura Marano will close out the PEOPLE Now Concert Series on Aug. 18.