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Radical Something – California


 Here’s another chill summertime jam from Loggy, Josh Cocktail, and DJ Big Red aka Radical Something.  California is not only my home state, but the home of bandmates Loggy, Big Red, and the Cocktail.  I can honestly say these guys represent the sunshine state in a fine fashion, and if this new joint doesn’t convince […]

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Radical Something (Loggy, Josh Cocktail, & Big Red) – Long Hair, Don’t Care


   Loggy, Josh Cocktail, and DJ Big Red aka Radical Something, are back at it again with another excellent summertime jam.  I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess that the Cocktail was the main influence behind the title, being that his wicked awesome flow would put Donald Trump’s to shame.  Regardless of […]

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Radical Something – Escape


Got another sweet summertime jam from the up-and-coming rock, reggae, hip-hop, alternative group Radical Something.  Escape is the follow up to to Radical Something’s  extremely popular first track Be Easy.  I must say I’m pretty pumped to see what these guys got in store for us because it seems like the sky is the limit.  Word […]

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Never Grow Up – Timeflies ft. Loggy & Mike Stud


Here’s a sweet little celebratory anthem for all you recent graduates.  As you can expect from this crew, nothing but sick verses to put your ears at ease.  It’s a great summer time jam, with an excellent message….Never Grow Up Download Never Grow Up Here

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College Essentials: Top 10 Hip-Hop Songs From 2nd Semester


Here’s the tracklist to get you caught up on what you have missed so far this year.  Checkout the streaming playlist with a download of the whole playlist below. #WIMPxCTL 1. The Dean’s List – Dear Professor 2. Mac Miller – Donald Trump 3. OCD: Moosh & Twist – Black Forest Gummy Worms 4. Cam […]

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Mike Stud (ft. Loggy) – In This Life


Sick new track from Mike Stud featuring Loggy, where the duo samples James Blunt’s “I’ll Take Everything.”  Now I might be a little biased, but I think In This Life takes James Blunt’s song to a whole new level.  This track has a very personal feel to it, and delivers a lot of substance along […]

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