Musically, the song is a house influenced song that incorporates strong '90s soul , dance-pop , garage and disco. The song has been noted as one of the best dance anthems during the '90s decade. She sang in church and studied medicine at the university in Baltimore. At weekends she went to clubs, where she met house music production team The Basement Boys. They started writing songs together, and released the album Blue Notes in the Basement. After she was dropped from the label, she signed Strictly Rhythm in New York.
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It was released in on Matador Records. You Are Free was recorded over the course of a year, the longest Marshall had spent recording an album at that point. Marshall and engineer Adam Kasper recorded about 40 songs during these sessions. In a interview with Pitchfork , Marshall explained the album was recorded "Sporadically. While I was traveling Adam was working on other things, and I worked on his schedule. He'd get these really nice studios, and when he had off time we'd go in and then try to remember what we did like two months ago and pull that tape up. I'd be like, 'Uh, no, I wanna do something new,' and then I'd write a new song. So it basically worked like that-- every few months getting together and essentially writing new songs. Marshall revealed that she chose Kasper because "I was looking for somebody who would let me do what I wanted to do, who's a really good engineer," and said that she saw him as an engineer , rather than a producer.
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