Turn Up The Love

Album: Dirty Bass (2012)
Charted: 13


  • This was released as the third single by American Hip-Hop group Far East Movement, from their fourth studio album, Dirty Bass. The song features Barbadian quartet Cover Drive, and was officially released on June 21,2012.
  • The song was penned by Far East Movement along with Norwegian pop/dance producer Andreas Schuller, whose working name is Axident and Oakland hip-hop artist Ricky Reed who records under the pseudonym of Wallpaper.
  • The song was inspired by the energy that Far East Movement felt from the crowd during their tour with Lil Wayne. "Everyone says, 'Turn it up, turn it up,'" group member Kev Nish explained to Radio.com. "We felt the love from the audience [and] we said, 'Let's challenge ourselves. Can we make a club song that doesn't talk about any type of bottles or anything else in the club?' So we did."


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