Loggy – Sun Setter

Posted: July 5, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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Though it sounds an awful lot like the plot of the typical teenage movie, Loggy’s rap career began as a bet. It all began when Alex Lagemann, a California kid and wide receiver at Cal, noticed the nonsensical lyricism in most popular contemporary songs of today – even stating “I sat down and looked at the lyrics of ‘Tik Tok’ the Kesha song … and it’s literally a third grade poem.” His friends knew he was right, but couldn’t help but urge him to do better, betting him that he couldn’t make a song that was both catchy and meaningful. The result was “Loggy’s” first song: We Run LA, a tune which quickly spread throughout his circle of friends, then through Cal, and finally across the nation from campus to campus. Since then, Loggy’s music has been a common ingredient in the frat party scene, and Loggy himself has been touring the country to further promote his music. “I caught a ball in front of 70,000 people, I shouldn’t be afraid of playing a frat party in front of 150 drunk people.” On July 1, Loggy released his second mixtape entitled “New Kid” which is packed with upbeat/summer/party/chill-out  music, perfect for your visit to the beach or your night on the town. As expected, his sound is very reminiscent of Sam Adams and Asher Roth, with lots of beer references and loads of bass+synthesizers. Down below, check out the singles “Sun Setter” and “Don’t Stop Believin”” and download the whole mixtape HERE. For more on the story of Loggy, check out this article.

Loggy – Sun Setter

Loggy – Don’t Stop Believin’

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Comments
  1. Alexandre says:

    i really like theese songs! but i cant find lyrics to them anywhere could you put them up?

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