Thanks to Louie setting up a romantic night has never been easier. Traveling between funk, soul, reggae, R&B, and Motown, he’s crafted the perfect soundtrack for getting intimate. If you’re confused, we’ll break it down for you:
First, you cook up some ramen noodles, light some out of season Yankee Candles you stole from your mom, and put out a nice centerpiece of fake flowers you bought down at the corner store. After throwing your dishes in the sink to “soak” for a few days, take your partner into the bedroom and lay them down on the mattress on your floor and pop this mix on. In most cases you might not make it past the first 3 songs (4 if you’re a champ) but either way let this groovy one play out regardless of how long you last. You can thank Louie later.
Stream Louie’s mix below, and if you’re into it, download it here while you can.
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