Lucki Eck$ - Reflections

Posted about 2 years ago
Tags: Lucki Eck$ , Indie
Producer:
Vela Seff
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Lucki Eck$ has been doing some thinking lately. The subject of his Reflections? None other than the Almighty Dollar. On a freshly-released outtake from his next project, the unsigned Chi-Town repper makes clear that his cashflow takes precedence over all else, especially other people’s gripes: “I want that bread, I want that bread like f**k ya problems n*gga.” Though the lyrical theme is nothing new, the chemistry between Vela Seff‘s woozy synth production and Lucki’s ragged flow makes this cut a unique and compelling listen. Reflections is, as mentioned above, just a loosie, but fans should keep their browsers locked for the latest on Eck$‘s Body High tape, which as yet lacks a drop date.

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