If you didn’t already know that Montreal producer, DJ, dancer and swagnician Lunice was skilled in so many facets of life you might be surprised at how versatile his music is.
Whether knocking out club favourites like Hitmane’s Anthem, golden-era hip-hop classics like the Jealous Guys-featuring Bus Stop Jazz, smokers’ anthems like the Bama to the Bay collaboration Get Her High, not to mention the hotly-anticipated ‘I See You’, out on home label LuckyMe release the One Hunned EP very soon, Lunice is unquestionably one of the most diverse producers producing.
On ‘Hip Pop’, we invited the one and only Young L of legendary Bay Area rap group The Pack, himself the first name you think of for hip-hop production innovation, to feature on Lunice’s third hip-hop release, and the result is about as swagged out as we could have possibly hoped for – L’s pronounced whisper working with Lunice’s clicks and sub bass like they were conceived in a loving relationship.
Sincere thanks to the LuckyMe family for giving their blessing for the release. You can purchase the ‘Hip Pop’ instrumental alongside six other future soundscapes on Lunice’s Stacker Upper EP. Out now on LuckyMe.
You can also still cop Southern Hospitality & LuckyMe’s ‘600%’ mixtape right here.
For now though, we give you ‘Hip Pop’.
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Download: Lunice feat. Young L – ‘Hip Pop’