Locksmith ft. Anesha - Your Loss

Posted about 2 years ago
Producer:
Locksmith, Mike Blakenship

Still haven’t copped Locksmith‘s latest project, the Booth-acclaimed A Thousand Cuts? Your Loss, I suppose. Perhaps you’ll reconsider your decision once you’ve listened to the Golden State spitter’s new single, which finds him reflecting on the false glitter of money, fame and material wealth. Joining the headliner over his and Mike Blakenship‘s jazzy piano loops, Anesha provides a silky bridge and backing vocals. Lock and Justin Hopgood handle the official visuals, which are set amid the endless deserts and bright lights of Las Vegas. Fans can find Your Loss and much more on the artist’s latest digital full-length, available now for streaming and purchase in the Booth.

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