For all lovers of love and lovers of music.
Thomas, better known behind the ones and twos as "The Kufi Smacker," is likely to out aux chord you if you're about afro beats and grime music.
"I've been listening to grime since 2003," he said at Uptown Art House, running through b-sides from the pre-Skepta grime scene. This is when the United Kingdom's garage genre by groups like The Streets still presided over radio waves. "The first artist I heard was Kano or Dizzee Rascal."
Thomas is really just trying to dance. FHKIII is representative of that fact, and it's just in time for you to catch the groove with your significant other on Valentine's Day.
"[Forehead Kiss] is the one kiss you give a girl that means she's the one. You don't give them jawns out to anyone," he said about the inspiration behind his latest mix.
At 41 minutes, Thomas interlays a whole host of futuristic bounces to some familiar songs, new and old. He covers the afro beat base with a remix of Juls' "Skin Tight," while later transitioning to a version of Masego's 2017 hit, "Navajo" that potentially sounds better than the original. Around 22 minutes though, TKS hits this irresistible pocket remixing "Do For Love" into a perfect club joint.