The Encapsulating Beats and Thematic Linearity in Tlove’s ‘Married to the Beat’ is Vibrant

Music Artist  Married to the Beat

West Midlands, May 7, 2019 ( – As the collective crowd is moving towards a more flashy and exuberant approach of outspokenness, musical celebrations are also trading the path of boisterous jollification. DJ and producer Tlove is creating some of the best-amalgamated versions of contemporary thematic linearity that promotes the upbeat zeal to life better than any other. His recently released single ‘Married to the Beat‘ in collaboration with fellow musician Lilo is an exemplifier of dance music that drives the audience to shake their leg and let go of the monotony of life on a carefree Friday night. A song that is lyrically and musically enriched with some of the best elements of modern-day global sagas represented through sound modulations.

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Francis Groove who goes by his stage name Tlove has had a whirlwind tryst with his career as a DJ that took him on a global exposure through many countries. These outlets of collaborating with various artists have only helped him extract the best notations of music’s future resonance and shape his own sound from scratch. Working along the defined lines of mostly electro funk, house, and progressive timbres, his versatility is truly one of a kind.

Tlove‘s accomplishment with his other single ‘Don’t’ also defines his work of linear art through its fragmented beats and the whole dynamic nuance. With an objective to make the audience heartily enjoy his musical ventures, his humility is his strongest point in making his place a constant favorite in the music charts across the world. Follow his sound and freedom on Spotify, Facebook, and Instagram and let your stress submerge by a high-spirited musical articulation.

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