While they have kept busy with their two-piece EP set, Future Friends, Superfruit took a break to play One Take, GRAMMY.com's new series that features your favorite artists answering as many fun, fast questions about music, life and everything in between in just one minute. Find out how much can you learn about the pop duo in 60 seconds.
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