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The Martinez Brothers and Louie Vega want you to 'Let It Go'

A nod to the Latin American dance music scene in New York

  • Max Penny-Barrow
  • 19 November 2019
The Martinez Brothers and Louie Vega want you to 'Let It Go'

The Martinez Brothers and Louie Vega have collaborated on a new track.

'Let It Go' comes with smooth, soulful vocals from Marc E. Bassy, with the artists pinpointing New York's Latin American dance music scene as inspiration for the track.

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Out on The Martinez Brothers' Cuttin' Headz label, the track's artwork comes from graffiti artist and Supreme collaborator Lee Quiñones. 'Let It Go' was first heard on The Martinez Brothers' recent 'fabric presents' mix.

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On the collab, Louie said: “We had been trying to get our schedules together so we can work and it finally came to fruition. Once we were in the studio we just gelled and complemented each other. Last winter in New York City during the holiday season we came up with some hot tracks, one was the music to ‘Let It Go'.

Listen to 'Let It Go' below.

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