5 Lo-Fi Artists You Need In Your Life

The lo-fi sound is pretty popular in music these days, bringing chill mellow vibes to kickbacks, study sessions and sleep patterns everywhere. 

The simple instrumentals and melodies that can be mixed with distorted or flawed audio is the type of mood music that has captured the attention of music lovers everywhere. We’re no exception.

Whether you love the lo-fi sound or have no idea what it is, check out some of these artists that have tapped into the sub-genre: 

Montell Fish

Montell Fish has been making a name for himself the last few years with his unique voice, songwriting and production abilities. He’s fully mastered the lo-fi sound with albums like “Bedroom lo-fi” and “A Lo-Fi Christmas.”

Check out one of his latest cuts that we’re digging:

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Chris Howland

The great thing about artist, producer and remixer Chris Howland is his ability to make great music across so many genres. This collaboration with Jake James is a perfect example of how he blends R&B with chill lo-fi beats to keep us worshipping God on another level.

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CASS

CASS is a powerhouse R&B vocalist, songwriter and producer who you may recognize from features with rappers like Guvna B, Lecrae, Andy Mineo, or Tedashii. We’re patiently waiting for her upcoming album but until then, check out one of the lo-fi cuts from her last release:

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Jonathan Ogden

Pick a day and Jonathan Ogden might release content showcasing his mindblowing production skills, songwriting abilities or voice. Usually, it’s all three. Check out his album full of lo-fi vibes released earlier this year:

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Darla Baltazar

Darla Baltazar is a budding artist who uses her voice to create lo-fi and R&B worship songs. We’re looking forward to seeing her progression. Check out one of her latest releases:

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