Interviews

Krewella's Yasmine Yousaf Admits to Being "Extremely" Wet

Krewella is an electro-house-dub-party-sex trio born from the windy streets of Chicago. And before PETA has a freak out, they don't kill puppies, but damn can they murder some beats.



Their Play Hard EP, released last summer, had them "Killin It" all over the country and 2012 charts. They recently moved to the sunny Los Angeles hills to record their debut full-length album.

Comprised of singer-songwriting sisters Yasmine and Jahan Yousaf, backed by boss-level producer Rain Man (known to his moms as Kris Trindl), this threesome made a name for themselves as raucous party ambassadors from the planet bass. But their real-life dynamic and genre palette is a lot deeper and more complex than fans might realize. We had a nice chat with Yasmine to get the real-real before they "get wet" at Club Cinema on Friday, January 25.


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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.