Phabo's "LNF" Is Cuffing Season Approved

Los Angeles singer Phabo has arrived with his cuffing season approved jam "LNF." The Louie Lastic produced song builds upon the world Phabo created with his Ratchet & Blues series. 808s paired with a perfectly plucked guitar match the smooth but forward lyrics on the song. Phabo isn't a stranger to affective songwriting as he's penned songs for the likes of Kehlani, Jahkoy, and Kyle Dion but now he's ready to focus on himself.

While his style is contemporary, lines like "Got a cognac leather coat like Jaheim in 2002" throws us back to a simpler time in not only the world but in R&B. "LNF" is the first single off of his upcoming debut full-length project Polaris which is expected to release some time next year via Selection Records. Until then, let cuffing season commence and listen to "LNF" below.

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