Lucki teams up with Lil Yachty in an impromptu music video for their track, “Greed.” With matching flows, both rappers float on the wavy beat produced by Maajei Vu and Cardo.
Chicago rapper Lucki teams up with Lil Yachty in an impromptu music video for their track, “Greed.” The video, shot in a parking lot, finds Lucki and Lil Yachty flexing their lyrical abilities in front of the camera with their car headlights shining in the background.
Formerly known as Lucki Eck$, Lucki has been on a steady come up since 2013. With countless mixtapes and EPs. His most acclaimed year was 2019 with his two albums, “Freewave 3” and “Days B4 III.” With a lo-fi sound. And lyrics that flip from smug to heartbreak; his style is continuously growing and evolving.
With “Greed” being his first release of the year, his 2021 is about to be action-packed. The production on “Greed” continues the lo-fi tradition in Lucki’s music. A ghostly flute and pretty piano chords fill up the production while Lucki handles the hook and Yachty takes the verse. With matching flows, both rappers float on the wavy beat produced by Maajei Vu and Cardo. Lucki raps on the hook,
“Big broke heart in the VIP / Drive so fast, we don’t need IDs / Ho so pretty and she still gon bake / Another high-speed and she still ain’t ate.”
While Lil Yachty raps on his verse, “Remember when ni**as just give me hell / Rockin big clothes like it’s twenty-oh-three / Pull up, six-fifty, not G six-three / Have a cookout, everybody get smoke.”
Lil Yachty isn’t Lucki’s first big-name collaboration. He’s worked with heavy hitters like A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper, and Playboi Carti. But without the words of Lil Yachty suggesting to shoot the video “tonight,” Lucki’s fans might’ve been waiting for weeks to receive this fun and relaxed video. Thanks, Yachty.
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Grant Boyer is a hip hop head at heart from Chicago, IL. Some of his all-time favorite artists are J. Cole, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, and Biggie. When he’s not writing, he’s playing his Nintendo Switch, watching Seinfeld reruns, and collecting vinyl and cool hip hop collectibles. The coolest hip hop collectible he owns is an original Jay-Z Dead Presidents cassette from 1995. He’s also wondering if anybody has a working cassette player he can borrow.