Montreal producer Maxence Pepin, better known as Midsplit, came into the music scene hard at the end of 2017 with his unique underground pop sound. First with his debut remix of Cheat Codes and Nicky Romero's "Sober" and then with his original track "Feels Like" (ft. Tedora). After releasing these dreamy melodies twisted with uplifting guitar riffs, banging bass lines, and sexy vocal chops, he managed to catch the attention of popular outlets such as Trap Nation, Taz Network, YourEDM and more. Along with this he's seen support from the likes of The Chainsmokers, Two Friends and Krewella as well as securing a spot on Spotify's highly sought after New Music Friday in multiple countries. Now he has a new release with Wiz Khalifa, which is a very rare sight to see in this type of collaboration.
In "Same Love," we can hear the vocals start very rough as if on the spot the top lines were made in a short studio session. The rawness of the track adds to a catchy drop that has a mixture of funk, future-bass, and bass snares. The vocals are encompassed with light piano that makes the track shine for its vocals and unique drop. The track is released with Stranger Fruits, an upcoming label that has been releasing unique and quirky singles.