We’ve compiled a playlist of love songs from your favorite Frederick artists just for you on Valentine’s Day.
Love, sex, and relationships always make the perfect songs. Check our compilation of songs to make love, give or get a lap dance, and slow dance to tonight. 😉
Wifey – Eddy Michaels
4Play – Bucksii
Spooning – Retro/Ricole
Crazy – Noelle Love
I Put It Down – Rock Singer
Doin’ It Well – Anf
YOU – Eddy Michaels
Us – Anf
Stay – Bucksii
Love Is In The Air – Maryland Boy
Valentine Shawty feat. Dutch Sponge Sweetz – Iodine P.
BLU HONEY feat. Echalty – Dolo
Lost – Andre Ossit
Latch feat. Eddie Heartthrob – DaJohn
Body – Crystallbabii
dniweR – SaceBayse
HMU – DaJohn
One Night feat. Dust Dolla – Bucksii
NUf – Nina Sarafina
Naked feat. Sturge – TJ Blvck
Slow Tha Motion – Iodine P.
Fall In Love – Jase Kevion
Plush Interior II – Ahzay
Shuffle. Press Play.
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