Song Of The Day: Laidback Luke – We Are The Stars

Song Of The Day: Laidback Luke – We Are The Stars
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Just last month, Laidback Luke produced “1, 2, 3, 4″ with Martin Solveig and Chuckie. He’s keeping up the trend of producing absolute bangers with his new song “We Are The Stars.”

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Serge Efap, the former fratstar turned self-proclaimed Renaissance Man hails from New York City. Growing up quickly, he learned that if you want something, you have to go get it for yourself. When he's not reminiscing about the glory days, you can find him searching for the next big thing.

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