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Introducing Lo Boii

Having been behind some of the biggest hit songs in the past decade, Lo Boii showcases unparalleled production, deep soul roots paired with a hit-making pop sensibility, a gorgeous falsetto, and knack for crafting catchy hooks.

Recently the new collaborative project Lo Boii, comprised of producer/writer Aalias and writer/ vocalist Corey Latif, released its debut track “Floor Seats.”

The song is an excellent r&b and pop mash-up that also incorporates a subtle interpretation of Eric Clapton’s “Change The World.”

Having been behind some of the biggest hit songs in the past decade, the pair unite to showcase unparalleled production, deep soul roots paired with a hit-making pop sensibility, a gorgeous falsetto, and knack for crafting catchy hooks, with their new track. More music to follow this year.

Aalias co-produced the Grammy-winning Eminem and Rihanna smash single “The Monster,” co-produced DJ Snake and Bipolar Sunshine’s worldwide hit “Middle” and lent a hand in producing for Bebe Rexha, Melanie Martinez, Kevin Garrett, Robin Schulz and Ro James. Latif, mentored by Teddy Pendergrass, wrote Usher’s single “Crash” and has been nominated for two Grammys for his songwriting. He has written for artists ranging from The Roots, Saint Jhn, Snakehips, Two Feet, Chris Brown, and more.

Between the two of them, they have sold over 20 million records as professional producers/ writers and draw inspiration from all the artists and collaborators they’ve worked with in their project launch, while creating a new sound.

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