Lunice reveals his long time anticipated debut album CCCLX for LuckyMe, arriving seven years since he first graced the imprint, CCCLX enlists a vast range of collaborations that help Lunice realise his vision, from CJ Flemings, King Mez, Speng, Denzel Curry, J.K. The Reaper & Nell, Mike Dean, Syv De Blare to SOPHIE & Le1f.
CCCLX follows an incredibly strong run of albums released by LuckyMe, from Baauer, NAKED, Sevendeaths, Jacques Greene and Sam O.B. COntinuing this trade, Lunice approaches this, his debut album from every conceivable angle imaginable, CCCLX combines both Lunice's skills as a producer and the fluid yet magnetic approach he brings to each performance he produces either on his own or with HudMo as TNGHT.
Maintaining his distinct style, here we find Lunice stretching the most minimalist of elements into something LuckyMe rightfully describes as "all-consuming; future-facing hip-hop with a free-limbed, jazzy approach". All of these elements and more come together to form an incredibly widescreen approach to modern club music that carries a fiercely distinct sound, instantly marking it out as part of the LuckyMe family.