Grammy Award winning production duo L&F which stands for Lost and Found, is a musical unit that consists of real life cousins, Bongo The Drum GAHD and his trusty counterpart C4. Both men are masterminds behind the production for Big Sean‘s “Jit Juke”, Trey Songz “Y. A.S.” and Omarion Ft. Jeremih “Show Me,” and also for a track on Teyana Taylor’s highly anticipated album,“VII,” called “Outta My League.”
According to their bio, these young men fell in love with music at an early age. Bongo transitioned from playing the drums in church and writing raps to making beats at age 11. While C4 on the other hand, began playing in church at 9 years old. L&F’s style is very diverse but there are certain things that make their sound standout. Their music has an array of influences and they credit their upbringing for that. Even though both of them are Nigerian, Bongo was born in Nigeria and C4 in Atlanta. At age 3, Bongo and his family moved to Rhode Island and eventually Florida. A sharp ear can find traces of all of these places in their music.
With the little free time they have, they like to spend it with family and friends. Both are fans of classic artists like, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and well known music producer J Dilla. However, these talented gentlemen remain focused on their goal of making moving music across all genres.
L&F members, Bongo The Drum GAHD and C4 talks exclusively with DatzHott about what its like being in the studio with some of the artist they’ve worked with.
Check out what they had to say via the video below.