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I.F.L.Y. - Bazzi



tempo: 105 bpm

The DJ's Take: Penultimate song in 45 and Lex (15:49):



Did you know Bazzi sells his own boxing hand wraps:


What's his connection to the sweet science? Because if there isn't one, maybe it's time to make my own line of curling stones.

Anyway, nice background music for a Sunday stroll, arm-in-arm in the park during a montage in a romantic movie. Also a solid choice when you're starting to wrap up a set - guitars and gentle beat make it melt into Halsey's You should be sad.

Some key-compatible music between 100 and 105 bpm:

Something Just Like This - The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
Paris - The Chainsmokers
I'm In Control - AlunaGeorge
Perfect (Matoma Remix) - One Direction
Cheyenne - Jason Derulo
Classic - The Knocks
Alejandro - Lady Gaga

And from 105 to 110 bpm:


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