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This is L.I.E. LoGotti.

L.I.E. LoGotti, how'd you get started in music.

I always listened to music as a kid.

From R&B to hip hop and even country music.

Since about the 6th grade, I would always freestyle and put on beats just for fun.

My first time actually making a song and hearing myself through the headphones, I was about 15 years old.

One of my closets partners actually was full flash into recording and engineering music.

When I finally heard my voice, I liked how I sounded and thought I could definitely do this again and make more music.

What is the most difficult aspect of launching a career in hip-hop?

I feel like everybody's career is different.  

You can be hot but not get any exposure.

You can even be a one hit wonder without really knowing the knowledge to this game.

I feel like as an artist you're just supposed to put out what your fans love the most about you,

However, you definitely need to have a good drive and patience during the process; or a good marketing plan and mindset for your career to be less difficult.

What would you say about your style/sound & how is it different?

I feel like my style is unorthodox.

I’m giving you different perspectives of music based on how I’m feeling.

I don't have the same sound in my music, but you know it’s me.

I can attack the beat any type of way just off of my emotions.

As in, I can give you that lyrical sound, melodic, pain, or even just party vibes.

My music is truly just how I’m feeling.

Do you have anything that is new or upcoming that we can expect to see from you?

The corona virus put a lil' hold on a lot of upcoming shows.

But, I might put an EP out very soon with 4 or 5 songs.

I really just been in the studio cooking up during quarantine.

I don’t have a name yet for the EP, but I should drop sometime in August. 

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