Few people in the music industry are as enigmatic as Louis The Child. The Chicago-based duo has been making waves in the electronic dance music scene for years, but they have always managed to keep their identities largely under wraps. Louis The Child is made up of two producers, Freddy Kennett and Robby Hauldren, who met while attending college in California. The pair quickly developed a strong musical bond, and they soon began releasing their original tracks online. Louis The Child's music is a unique blend of indie pop and electronic dance music, and their catchy melodies and positive vibes have won them a devoted following among EDM fans. In recent years, Louis The Child has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the business, including Skrillex, ZHU, and Illenium. They have also released several critically acclaimed singles, like “It's Strange” and “Fire.” While Louis The Child's exact identity may still be a mystery, there's no doubt that they are one of the most promising acts in the dance music world.
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