It’s been quite sometime since Portland wordsmith Luck-One last dropped off a solo feature at The DJBooth, but the emcee returned last month in a major way with the premiere of his latest single Get. Your. Money. On the record’s video Luck puts on for the steadily growing community of Northwestern emcee’s, questioning those who seem more content with worrying about his career rather than their own bank account. The lyrical analysis on Get. Your. Money. continues with help from fellow Oregon natives Tope and Epp, who echo Luck-One’s “get money, stop sweating me” sentiment. Producer Dizz flaunts both his production and vocal skills, providing the song with its bouncy, drum-filled beat and accompanying hook. Dizz will also serve as a collaborative partner on Luck-One’s forthcoming album, Critical Mass, due out October 13.
Written by Danielle H. on 09/4/12
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