Lucki Ecks Drops “No Wok” and “Komfortable”
The young MC from Chicago just dropped two new bangers for his fans to vibe out to.
“Komfortable” catches Lucki Ecks being too comfy due to him being high off his drugs. The calm production along with the chill sound of Ecks’ voice blend well as he raps about mollies and zans. “No Wok,” a record produced by Plu2o Nash and Meech, captures the Chicago rapper spitting about lean, giving his competition a pass and his rising demons. Similar to “Komfortable,” this record has a vibe made for chilling and kicking back. For some odd reason “Komfortable” was taken off of Lucki’s SoundCloud.
In January, Lucki Ecks unveiled the artwork for his forthcoming project titled Watch My Back. The long-awaited project from the young MC is set to drop very soon and as a follow-up to the unveiling of the artwork, Lucki released “Live It,” the first single from Watch My Back. Rapping over a Kenny Beats production, the MC describes the difference between him and all the other artists in the industry.
Lucki Ecks also teamed up with Levi Carter for the release of “Feels Like Death” which dropped a few days ago. Throughout the dark song, both Levi and Lucki rap about drug abuse in times of depression. This track was one of the best songs we heard last week.
Listen to “No Wok” and “Komfortable” below.
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