Follow along the pair’s time at the music festival.

Written by

Jess Ferguson

Photographed by

Keiki Knudsen

Styled by

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Coco & Breezy are producers & DJs and the fiercely stylish twins behind their multifaceted brand. Their musical journey was influenced by their family and grew into a deep passion for dance and dance music culture. Fast forward, post moving to New York to launch their eyewear company, C&B submerged themselves into changing the face of dance music and what it means to be a technically accomplished Afro-Latina women DJ and producer. Paying homage to the classic but pushing boundaries for the new. Coco & Breezy recently dropped their single “Magic” featuring Baby Sol on October 14.

"We are all about good energy and bringing that vibe—it's what we do. Our music reflects all of the influences in our lives, different from how we might be stereotyped. We love house music and infusing R&B and Afro-Latino grooves that are a part of our DNA. Every family dinner the congas come out!” Coco & Breezy said. “Our music represents our journey as we develop our own sound. Our lyrical content is a reflection of our lives and timely to the world. It’s about reaching outward to find common ground. We hope people can connect to our world, with all its textures and styles, and FEEL THAT VIBE."

The pair recently played for Dirtybird Campout, a 3-day music festival in Woodland Hills, CA with a summer camp feel. This year, Dirtybird was October 7-9 at Modesto Reservoir Campgrounds. The festival was created by house producer and Dirtybird label head Claude VonStroke as an independent boutique music festival that could cut through corporate raving. Lineup artists included Ardalan, Ben UFO, Eprom, Goldie, Justin Jay, Nala, Sevdaliza, Uffie, VNSSA, Walker & Royce, and more.

Coco & Breezy provided us with a photo diary capturing their time at Dirtybird Campout. Follow along below.

When you’re a DJ & a fashion icon, you hang your headphones on your McQueen purse. Photographed by Keiki Knudsen.
Channeling our inner Prince with our Coco & Breezy Eyewear originals. Photographed by Keiki Knudsen.
Giving the audience an early listen to our new song, “Magic.” Photographed by Keiki Knudsen.
Hanging with cutie fellow twin DJs RaeCola! Credit: Coco & Breezy.
Puerto Ricans always find the platanos. Credit: Coco & Breezy.
Mandatory gas station bathroom selfie. Credit: Coco & Breezy.


Coco & Breezy Dirtybird Campout Magic Baby Sol Woodland Hills Modesto Reservoir Campgrounds Claude VonStroke Ardalan Ben UFO Eprom Goldie Justin Jay Nala Sevdaliza Uffie VNSSA Walker & Royce Keiki Knudsen Coco & Breezy Eyewear RaeCola Jess Ferguson

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