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With major radio airplay on norwegian radio and great live performances on national tv, LidoLido is growing to become one of the hottest names in the game.

Peder Losnegård comes from a gospel/pop-background with a family in music and stumbled into hiphop by accident. He was born in Haugesund on the west coast of Norway and was heavily influenced by his fathers gospel-music. From a very early age, he was known as a talented drummer, but around the age of 10, he started making beats on his dads computer and listened to artists like Kanye West. The sudden change in style happened when an american student (Cody Berkland) moved to Peder’s hometown for a short while and was a great influence on him.

The music industry quickly noticed the young talent and through talentshows and concerts around the country, he started to make a name for himself. The first break happened when he performed on a the show “Lydverket” on national tv and signed with Universal Music Norway not long after that. Thing kept rolling and Lido got to be the warm-up act for artists like Snoop Dogg, Bun-B, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Clipse, Madcon and many more.

“LidoLido is the biggest talent to come out of Norway in a long time. His sound is completely current and completely original.”
- Stargate


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  • celer2008

    Really really tedious music.

    28 Apr 2014 Reply
  • Trademark88

    LidoLido = Trippy Turtle (?)

    14 Apr 2014 Reply
  • Chris_CFJ

    Gotta love Make The World Go Round :D

    30 Jun 2013 Reply
  • ladysaw

    Ivar: Saw him live last night at the Beyoncé show. A trillion times better than on his studio album, which still sucks.

    30 May 2013 Reply
  • Ivar91

    Everybody can go wrong, Ayric and ladysaw are two examples ;)

    23 Mar 2013 Reply
  • ladysaw

    Terrible Norwegian hip-hop attempt only supported by biased Norwegian critics still waiting for a national Eminem. Avoid. [2]

    8 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Ivar91

    Ayric: Negative without reason. He's a good talent from Norway, better than Karpe Diem, Erik & Kriss and the guys that try too hard. This guy writes he's own stuff and can actually both sing and rap. More talent than other "hip-hop" people.

    23 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Ayric

    Terrible Norwegian hip-hop attempt only supported by biased Norwegian critics still waiting for a national Eminem. Avoid.

    18 Feb 2012 Reply
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