ASU football practice playlist: What do the Sun Devils listen to?

Mo Latu and his fellow musicians are pictured at their cabin at Camp Tontozona. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)

Mo Latu and his fellow musicians are pictured at their cabin at Camp Tontozona. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)

Nearly every team in football blasts music for at least a part of practice. The Sun Devils partake, but many players have expressed being passionate about music — redshirt junior Mo Latu can play “every brass instrument.”

One thing that makes ASU’s practice playlist unique is its extensive selection of music, representing the players’ eclectic taste in music. Freshman defensive back Dasmond Tautalatasi likes to listen to island reggae, but he typically defers to whatever the rest of the team wants.

So what do the players listen to while they’re practicing? Here’s an ongoing list of what’s played in practice everyday, with a Spotify playlist, so you can listen along with the Sun Devils. The playlist will be updated after each practice.

*This playlist covers songs that play while practice is open to the media, usually the first 40 minutes.

Last updated: Aug. 26

Breaking down the genres:

Rap/Hip-hop: 10 (56 percent)

Rock: 5 (28 percent)

Pop: 2 (11 percent)

Country: 1 (6 percent)

 

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