Free n Losh Wrote One Vibey Song For You

Free n Losh Wrote One Vibey Song For You
Johnny Cranston

Photo by: Dagmar Yu

Wow, do I have a vibey tune for you guys tonight or what?

Toronto production duo by the name Free n Losh have hit the charts yet again with their latest tune. I love how these guys are so inspired by the old school jams and try to implement elements from back then into their own sound.

Free n Losh’s new original “I Love You So” displays their use of instrumentation, sampling, and production nonetheless. Taking after guys like Pretty Lights or The Geek x Vrv, their style still remains to stand out and is fully encompassed in “I Love You So”. This combination of downtempo melody and soothing vocals, really create something special.

If you’re feelin’ the vibe be sure to grab this one from Free n Losh as a free download!

Free n Losh – I Love You So | Download

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Johnny Cranston

I enjoy funky beats, admire fresh melodies and gritty wubs. Without music, there would be no soundtrack to our lives. So let's make it fire, fam. @jCran_

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