LISTEN | Lunice Drops His Long Awaited Debut LP CCCLX (360) And We Can't Stop Playing It
Lunice just dropped his debut LP CCCLX (360), start screaming.
The long-awaited release, now available on all official platforms, has been way overdue. He’s been busy perfecting it behind the scenes all while offering up gems left and right, just enough to tease us while we wait.
His debut LP, released through LuckyMe, consists of 11 hard-hitting tracks: A true cinematic experience: you'll want to go through it from beginning to end in one sitting, at least once if you can. Staying true to his roots in soundscapes ranging from electronic future sounds, 808s and hard-hitting claps and sinister melodies, the entire project comes together as a linear, cohesive sound narrative that will take your mind to places you might have no been to before.
The album is currently available on all digital stream platforms [click here] but will also be available on vinyl according to the photos we've seen on twitter. The music video for "Mazerati" was already released earlier this summer, featuring an iconic choreography led by the man himself, check it out:
At first, Lunice's plan was to feature A-List rappers on the project, then quickly shifted gears to include up and coming artists and use their creative talent to embellish his work. Although some other platforms might not be aware of who's been featured, but we do: people like SOPHIE & Le1f slaying on “Drop Down” - Montreal newcomer Speng Squire on “Freeman” - Denzel Curry, J.K The Reaper and Mike Dean amongst others. It is inevitable to notice CJ Flemings on many of the tracks, a true collaborator who offers his own twist by laying true poetic verses that elevates the entire project.
The album’s called 360, it was all about figuring out the full spectrum of things and coming back full circle with different information and knowledge.
You won’t wanna stop playing it on repeat.
Actually, you DON’T want to stop playing it, let it seep in through your ears, through your bloodstream and take control of your mind, body and soul for quite some time.
According to social media posts I've seen, there should be a dope music video coming soon, for the track "O.N.O", so stay tuned for that. Until then, cop CCCLX (360) right here, right now: