“Over a dynamic instrumental from Sir Chamberlain, Luck waxes philosophical on the questions that have plagued the minds of great thinkers since the dawn of time. The thoughtful rhymes are balanced out by rich vocals from Rodney and Dizz, adding the perfect compliment to an already lush sounded.”
Shao Sosa grabs Luck-One for a politically charged performance. Mixed by Flatline Studios.
Shortly after moving back to his birth city, Luck-One has been working hard to let NYC know that he is the hardest working rapper living there. Check Money and Success from the video interview below.
First heard this on Dj Klyph’s Welcome To The Neighborhood the other night and everybody is on here spitting some bars. Taken off Matty’s Mr Nice Guy 2. Available here from Matty’s Bandcamp.
Luck-One is interviewed by Sway and Mack Maine of YMCMB.
Download Luck-One x Dizz project Critical Mass.
Short and leaves you wanting to see/hear more. I like that.
Following a successful web launch in 2011, the Portland, Oregon-based promotions company 360° Unlimited partnered with video production upstart v1creative to launch its video series, The 3rd Degree. In this spotlight series, Host R. Michael Thomas engages in short interviews with the Northwest’s movers, shakers and taste makers. Always classy, always clean, The 3rd Degree provides an opportunity for the city’s best and brightest to show the world what they have to offer.
Check the first interview from the series featuring Luck-One.
The 3rd Degree is brought you to by 360degreesunlimited.com
Gather up some dope video guys (v1creative) a recording studio (Flatline Studios) a producer (Terminill) and 8 of Portland’s top lyricists (Serge Severe, Th3ory Hazit, Jon Belz, Luck-One, Quiz Zilla, Mila Gordana, Cassow, & Braille) and you get PDX Pass The Mic.
Download the song here from Hulkshare
This has been a huge year for Serge Severe. The Portland MC has already released the critically acclaimed solo album Back On My Rhymes, the Severe over Premier Mixtape, and the well-publicized album Culture Shock as a group member of Animal Farm. Now Serge Severe is back for more with his fourth release of the year, Service Without A Smile, an EP that is fully produced by Terminill, one of Portland’s most talented producers and engineers. Know the Truth – available now for free download – is just an appetizer though. The full meal, Service Without A Smile, will be available in late Fall and fans will be able to download the record for no cost. Already a must listen, the missing price tag leaves listeners with no excuse to miss out. Get your taste now.
Portland native/Seattle resident Luck-One represents for the 503 fully. Produced by Chi Duly. Mixed by Flatline Studios. Mastered by Redsecta Mastering.
Flatline Studios located in Portland, OR takes you from the studio to the stage with Northwest hip-hop recording artist, Luck-One as he records a new song and goes directly afterwards to perform at in front of a packed crowd.
Directed/Edited by V1 Creative.
First video to drop from Luck-One off his upcoming release, True Theory. Track produced/mixed by myself. Mastered by Red-Secta. I knew as soon as we laid the monologue for each of the song breaks that this track was going to be dope. Great concept and video. Album drops March 22nd. Video directed by Kevin Hasenkopf of v1Creative.
www.luckoneconscious.com | www.v1Creative.com
Fresh off releasing the True Theory Outtakes, Luck-One brings us his ode to Portland from his forthcoming project, True Theory, entitled “Sounds of My City” (produced by Chi Duly). I had a great time mixing this whole project and can’t wait til he releases it so everyone gets to hear it. Also, look out for the song I produced, “Monotheism”, when it drops with the rest of the project in March.
http://www.luckoneconscious.com | http://www.octobersverycold.com
Sounds of My City (produced by Chi Duly)