Los Angeles-based producer Kill Paris offered up a free download of his latest genre-blending track, “Tender Love,” via his Soundcloud yesterday. Following in the same vein as “Baby Come Back,” Kill Paris continues to bridge the gap between distant genres, combining ’80s R&B with contemporary electronic music. “Tender Love” samples Force MD’s smooth, heartfelt vocals and layers them over wobbling bass, running synths, and powerful electro stabs. Give it a listen if you’re in the mood for some “baby-making music” and check out the rest of Kill Paris‘ productions, much of it available on his Soundcloud for free.
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