John Mayer – Free Fallin’ (/ˈlo͞osid/ Remix)

the modern rockstar

Loosid is the internet’s latest mystery. With an anonymous online presence, diverse weekly releases, intense cover art, and strange online lingo, everyone is wondering… Who is Loosid?

Loosid has flipped John Mayer’s cover of Tom Petty’s classic into a chill, melodic masterpiece that I’ve been playing on repeat ever since I first heard it. This future bass remix has been quickly catching fire on the Internet, climbing to the top 20 on the Hype Machine charts in nearly 24 hours.

Future bass isn’t the only genre Loosid has conquered. Their recent house release I Want You has also received a lot of attention. In the past month, the mysterious artist has also released impressive tech-house and glitch-hop tracks, proving that genre hopping is Loosid’s specialty.

Keep an eye out for more Loosid tracks. This artist will definitely have a big year in 2015.

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