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Leus

Leus

Leus


Leus is just a kid with a mediocre voice and a music editing program. He doesn't use pre-programmed loops, though. He makes all his tunes and beats himself, and he writes all his lyrics in a fancy little application called notepad. He isn't signed and isn't surprised. He likes his own music, obviously, but doesn't expect many others to appreciate it nearly as much. It is tailored to his own tastes and he's just having fun. He doesn't really have a specific genre. Read more on Last.fm
Leus is just a kid with a mediocre voice and a music editing program. He doesn't use pre-programmed loops, though. He makes all his tunes and beats himself, and he writes all his lyrics in a fancy little application called notepad. He isn't signed and isn't surprised.

He likes his own music, obviously, but doesn't expect many others to appreciate it nearly as much. It is tailored to his own tastes and he's just having fun. He doesn't really have a specific genre. His music probably most commonly sounds like either rap or techno, either being comedic or ambient in nature. He has released four free albums and two free EPs thus far: "ponboquod," "Sophomore Slump," "Flippin' Peaches," "The Verse," "One Lonely Night (EP)," and "The Dwayning (EP)." As of August 2007, Leus is currently writing and recording songs for his fifth and sixth full-length albums simultaneously, known as "The Rollin' Album" and a project under the working title "Lucid." So, in summary, Leus is not a professional musician by any means.

His music will not please many, but he is proud of it. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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