Lucki has come a long way since the first time I heard his music. I have to admit that I didn't credit him with the attention he deserved at first. Lucki's drug fueled raps and lackadaisical image painted a picture I just couldn't relate to and I unjustifiably assumed that Lucki's influence on the music world would be brief if it made an impact at all. Lucki's several years into the game, and I couldn't have been more wrong about what the future held for this young Chicago emcee.
Three projects deep and a fourth on the way (according to this new loosie), Lucki's trap raps remind me of Pusha T in his prime. His rhymes offer an honest portrayal of what it's like on the come up, and Lucki's found plenty of listeners that can relate or are in some way attracted to the lifestyle. Coming up on his fourth full length project, Lucki continues his onslaught of freestyles and loose cuts with "Dash Money" produced by frequent collaborators Plu2o Nash and Mayhem Meech. Short, sweet, and to the point, get caught up with Lucki and listen to "Dash Money" while we wait on more news about this project.