Lucki speaks on trolling, Future, and having so much room to grow.
Lucki is only 22-years-old. The young Chicago rapper started to gain attention when he was 16, steadily gaining fans as time went by. While he's still not a household name, Lucki is one of the most proficient underground rappers out today. He has a cult-like following who would do anything for new music. He has worked with a few other prominent low-key stars, posting up with Thouxanbanfauni and UnoTheActivist from time to time. As one of Chicago's most present talents, Lucki has a lot to say in his music. He learned from one of his friends, Earl Sweatshirt, that he should never find himself in a writing slump, sharing the best piece of advice that he's ever gotten from Earl.
When Lucki was seventeen, he had a close relationship with Earl, asking him for tons of random advice on how to continue his rise in music. He asked what he should do when he's not able to come up with any ideas for his projects, to which Earl got super real with him. "I guess you can kind of give him a hat tip to why my music is so real," says Lucki. Answering the question about how to get out of a writer's slump, Earl said, "That shouldn't happen because rapping is just like a rapport on your life." Ever since that point, Lucki has been as authentic as ever in his sound.
In our exclusive interview with the Chicago artist, he also speaks on the definition of trolling, his biggest inspirations, and more. Watch it above and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more HNHH TV content.