The mellow track finds the progressive pair high on love and willing to give up everything to make it work. Latif, the duo’s vocalist, enhances the trap-soul beat with his smooth and breezy falsetto, creating an entrancing track that pulls you in from start to finish.
In amazement of his actions, Latif sings, “Indecent, indecent, I’ll love yo ass to pieces / Taking you to Maldive, I’m giving up my floor seats / Got me really givin’ up my floor seats.”
“Floor Seats” also features a slight interpolation of “Change The World” by Eric Clapton on the hook, which gives the song a familiar and comfortable element.
Lo Boii may be just arriving on the scene as a new act, but they are far from strangers to the industry. Aalias has co-produced hits for artists like Rihanna and Ro James. Meanwhile, Latif has received Grammy nominations for his work with Faith Evans (“Gone Already”) and Musiq Soulchild (“Teachme”).
With extensive resumes that showcase their versatility as producers and writers, Lo Boii is bound to shake up the charts later this year.
Listen to “Floor Seats” below.
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