ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: Get It Right And Press Play On Artist Latroit's Smokin' New Tune Featuring B4NG B4NG "How You Like Me Now"

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Get It Right And Press Play On Artist Latroit's Smokin' New Tune Featuring B4NG B4NG "How You Like Me Now"




Producer, songwriter, and DJ Latroit has smokin' fire brand spanking new tune featuring the artist B4NG B4NG. Entitled "How You Like Me Now". Latroit aka Dennis White has unleashed a super-stellar outta control electronic dance song with "How You Like Me Now".

B4NG B4NG adds that electrifying, sour patch, cherry-filled pie with her velvety sleek vocals. Exclaiming, "At the count of three, turn it out. Make a move, turn around. Tell me how you like me now."

She continues, "At the count of two, turn it up. Neighbors pissed when the music bump. Count of one, we've just begun. Lights go off, we can have some fun."

With that lyrical thesis, enough has been said we shall say. Get right and press play on Latroit's bangin' dance thumper "How You Like Me Now" featuring B4NG B4NG right below!


Synopsis on Latroit via his FB:

"In an era when many DJ producers are plastering their faces (or masks) on every available inch of billboard real estate across The United States, Los Angeles based Latroit is making his presence felt by letting his music do the talking. With three years of A-list DJ, Radio, and Playlist support under his belt, the Detroit born multi-instrumentalist is evolving naturally into the upper echelon of Electronic Music Producers, as evidenced by the recent Grammy Nomination for his work with Depeche Mode remixing the venerable Electronic Pop pioneers' song 'You Move', a truly rare and revered honor for any artist. While others may have been working on their social content, Latroit was spending 2017 working on his musical content, raising all the right eyebrows, and gaining the support of the world’s leading tastemaker and club charts with releases like ‘Loving Every Minute’, the top 5 club chart weapon ‘Need You tonight’, The DMC buzz chart favorites ‘Origami’ & ‘I Want More’, and a select number of remixes. Although no stranger to releases on dance music’s most elite labels, the Berklee College of Music graduate has recently set up is own label imprint ‘House of Latroit’, and hosts the bi- monthly radio show ‘House of Latroit Radio’, in partnership with EDM.com. Both endeavors support his passion for discovering and promoting emerging musical talent from around the world. From an early start in the Detroit Underground, to his recent Grammy Nomination, Latroit’s music holds history in one hand, and the future in the other. But he won’t tell you that - he’ll let his music do it for him."


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