House DJ T Love video premiere visuals for “Married To The Beat”

Married To The Beat is the new single from the French dance producer T Love.  The track is a club-banger with a slick production and a feel-good vibe. T Love says “I used to listen to a lot of funky disco and afrobeat music and all the time I had in mind, a funky bass sound and an afro melody. So, I decided to go to  the Studio and I dropped the bass and melody with a friend musician. Then, singer/ songwriter Lilo came to the studio, heard the demo, got in the vibe and started singing on it. Kaspy a guitar player came and delivered the riff and “Married to the Beat” is officially out“.


‘’‘Married to the Beat’ is a Contemporary Dance Number with Undulating Beats’’ – MarkMeets

‘Married To The Beat’ has already taken the world by storm and smashed the club charts. It peaked #8 in the Pop Commercial Music Week Charts and #3 on the Urban Charts. After 7 weeks on the Urban Charts, the track is still at the #15.



T Love started his career as a DJ in Paris playing funky music in the club New Wave where he honed his talent for producing infectious hooks. For him, they all start when he came to Belgium with a strong tradition to the EDM music. The rest is history. Tours and residencies at well-known clubs in Antwerp (Belgium), Ibiza (France), Miami (USA), Aruba (Dutch Carribean), Italy & Hungary and collaborations with well-acclaimed DJ’s including Ron Carroll, Tom De Neef, Gee Moor Bora Bora Ibiza, Dj Roog Marko, Dava di Toma, Nikos Akrivos.

T Love came to stay and he is planning to play on various clubs this summer.  Stay tuned on his social media for the latest updates and get ready to feel the vibe.

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