Luck-One Releases Second Leak Off Of His Forthcoming Mixtape: King Of The Northwest
Right in time for the summer, Luck-One returns with the second single off of King Of The Northwest, his ambitious new mixtape which is scheduled for an August 30th release.
“Can’t Get Over You”, a feel good ode to summertime merriment is a perfect mix of Luck’s lyrical prowess and producer Tyler Smith’s timeless feel-good funk. The two work together seamlessly to produce a piece of music that is sure to be playing out of stereo systems at bbq’s and block parties all summer long.
Luck steps out of his super-lyrical box to slow things down a bit with an almost spoken word approach. One part ladies joint, one part third person narrative, this seamless piece is a breezy ode to one of the most basic human ideals: hope.
The album is jam packed with all kinds of sounds and vibes and most importantly, music with a message that’s not too preachy; the flows contain metaphor and allusion but yet stay on point and direct over great mix of well engineered tunes: what more could you ask for?
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The latest release from Portland emcee Luck-One [of 7th Science] and producer Dekk is entitled “Beautiful Music”. A rather bold statement indeed. An adjective and a noun. So broad yet so definitive. Now before you go jumping to conclusions, we invite you to take a listen to the 7 track EP, you will be pleasantly surprised. So what does Beautiful Music sound like?
Luck-One – Prince Wit’ a 1000 [prod. Dekk]
Dekk opts for a soulful electric sound which contrasts nicely with Luck-One’s honest, personal lyrics. Keeping up with that Northwest sound, Beautiful Music manages to traverse an amalgamation of funk [Could of Been Me] mixed with electronic [Back At Long Last, When I Forget], boom bap [80's Back], topped off with soul [Coolax] all in 7 tracks! Surprisingly enough, Beautiful Music is a smooth listen that feels far from rushed. Continue reading →