WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - A duo's performance on WMATA went viral on social media, the sibilings joined Good Day DC to talk about their passion for music.
Metro entertainment is not uncommon, espeically in D.C., but siblings Tarron, 13, and Jourdan, 12, standout from the crowd. The New York natives have been performing on public transportation for years, in 2017 they went viral after an impromptu performance aboard an NYC shuttle train was captured on video.
Most recently they relocated to the District and once again, caught the attention of social media after Twitter user GinnyyyL posted a video of their stellar performance on WMATA.
In just a few days their Instagram account grew by 4,000 followers!
Tarron and Jourdan told FOX 5's Maureen they draw inspiration from many sources but mostly their parents. Sometimes they'll even have freestyle battles with their mother and father.
The sibilings are the oldest out of six and really hope to make it big one day.
Watch their full performance here: