If this were the Game of Thrones realm, Luck-One’s latest effort, Servant II the King, would be called Hand of the King. Thankfully, he hails from Portland, not King’s Landing because, if he were hand of the king, who knows how long he would be alive? Manning the boards is producer TMak, who concocts a potent, decadent beat incorporating a guitar section and forceful synths. Luck’s standard delivery is powerful, raw, and heavy-hitting, but he occasionally kicks it into another gear, shifting into a double-time flow just to keep listeners on their toes. Servant II The King is the latest single off The Curse of the Pharaoh, which has yet to receive a solid drop date.
Written by Lucas G. on 06/26/13
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