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Logdoggs

Logdoggs

Logdoggs


Logdoggs established in 2001. Right at the beginning, we were not engaged in the music seriously. We just wrote lyrics and read them to each other; we didn’t have neither music, nor an experience, in one word, we didn’t have anything… There were three of us: me (Dude a.k.a. D-Warrior), Zhan (Shiftik a.k.a. Renegade) and Nurik (Crazy a.k.a. Enemy). We wrote the lyrics on Russian language and they were not very complex-rhymed and didn’t have any deep meaning. Read more on Last.fm
Logdoggs established in 2001. Right at the beginning, we were not engaged in the music seriously. We just wrote lyrics and read them to each other; we didn’t have neither music, nor an experience, in one word, we didn’t have anything… There were three of us: me (Dude a.k.a. D-Warrior), Zhan (Shiftik a.k.a.

Renegade) and Nurik (Crazy a.k.a. Enemy). We wrote the lyrics on Russian language and they were not very complex-rhymed and didn’t have any deep meaning. Then, in 2002, Crazy a.k.a.

Enemy left our group. After that we had “a creative stagnation ” which was prolonged up to the middle of 2004. By the end of 2004 me and at Shiftik were ready for the game, and we started to record our first songs on well-known programm - eJay HipHop5, on English. We recorded them in my house,on a computer.

In the same year we renamed our group in “Logdoggs”. But eventhough we had recorded 12-15 songs to the beginning of 2006 , we did not think to take music seriously. In the spring of 2006, we had decided to move to the new, more professional level ,and I (D-Warrior), had begun recording “Logdoggs(Remix)” song at Batyrhan Shukenov’s studio. In the meantime, Zhan (Shiftik) had found the editor-in-chief of KZMZ’s portal - Baghlan Ayazbaev(a.k.a.

Bagman). He had agreed to record our second studio song-South Side, which was dedicated to Almaty. After that things went good, we continued recording new tracks at Orange Studio and working with such talented beatmakers as Foke Z & Tween G of Ajifa Inc., Lil' Muk, Newton (Maranatha). The summer of 2007 was memorable due to making our first video on "South Side" song, which later was rotated at Kazakhstan's music channels. The video was directed by well-known video-maker in Kazakh show business, Maksim Zadarnovsky, who directed such videos as Metis’s — «Vishe Ruki», Guild — «Net», Ferma — «Vmeste» and many other videos.

In april of 2008 we released our debut album "L to the D: The Main Aim", which was available for purchase at "Meloman" music store. The material for album was recored throughout the year, at those rare moments when we had a chance to come to Kazakhstan from England. Originally the name of the album was "Doggy Life", but it was too simple and banal. After brainstorming, we decided that "L to the D: The Main Aim" was the most suitable title for our album.

Everyone will find something suitable for him/her in this album. We don't limit ourselves with some genres in terms of style of song. The album contains different styles such as bounce, lyrical tracks, hardcore and rnb. After listening to the album, you will probably notice that the amount of "cheerful" tracks is bigger than "sad" ones.

It was the original idea of the album, because we wanted the album to be bright, memorable and not depressive. We hope that we reached this target, but you are the only ones to judge. Now we are working on mixtape from "Brotherhood", which will be able to download from internet. Also we thinking about second album...

Dude a.k.a. D-Warrior & Shiftik a.k.a. Renegade P.S. A lot of people ask about the meaning of "Logdoggs".

Nope, it doesn't mean "Log Doggs"(log as a part of wood), and it's not the name of the character from "Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood"... "Logdoggs" is the abbreviation of "Lifestyles-Ov-Groovy Doggs" :) 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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