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Category Archives: France
DJ Master Xuxu – Kuduro vs Dancehall 100% Mixx A micromix of badman chipmunks. Hasn’t anybody told these kids about time-stretching? I sure hope not.
Negation Marha – Afri-k-dream (instrumental) It’s cool hearing Logobi getting a little more play lately, which I think can partly be blamed on Murlo for his excellent edit of C Ki Papa, that unhinged battle track on Logobi GT’s album … Continue reading
DJ G-Remy – Instru Puissance Logobi But with hands instead of feet.
Boylan gets all emotional, Marcus Price meets Clent on Sangamon street to score their slasher flick, Rashad squashes 10 songs into one. From Philly to France, the new Movelt Posse compilation doesn’t fuck around. Preview it on Soundcloud, buy it … Continue reading
DOWNLOAD (Mediafire) A brand new mix of all original material, Leatherface does what he does best, making French horror juke. I had a dream about a serial killer who was the dopest footworker once, this was the soundtrack. 01 – … Continue reading
Well, a good portion of the logobi tracks I have are remixes of the stuff like the Venga Boys anyways, but really this isn’t bad. Nice cars, scary haircuts, and weird hand dancing.
Logobi Mafya – ???? 2010 “The small group of regulars at the leisure of young Bernardière discovered the phenomenon on the Internet this summer: “The guys from Paris have put videos online, we began to like them,” says Camille, 15 … Continue reading
Dakar Gucci – Instru Logobi Zinzin 2009 In light of Spoek showing us that African kids in France have the craziest hair, here’s some Logobi that sounds like an amusement park ride. And rest in peace Guru.
Now for the record, Daft Punk sort of drive me up the walls. Not their own music, but the millions of annoying kids that find it necessary to pretend to be them. As a group who has had utmost respect … Continue reading