LuckyMe are proud to present 'Can't Wait To' by Lunice. The anticipated new single from the charismatic young Montreal producer who helped bring electronic influences to hip hop long before US press would create that loaded construct of 'Trap Music'. From his first releases on this label in 2009, Lunice Fermin Pierre II is an artist who effortlessly epitomized the fusion of electronic production and rap - years later and music has come to him. An underground electronic producer from Canada is now an accepted proposition. His intense live performances have seen him increasingly join mainstream rap shows, opening for Meek Mill, Rick Ross & collaborator Kanye West.
Since wrapping the TNGHT project with Hudson Mohawke late last year, it's been all about writing and co-writing. It's now time to remind people of Lunice at his best. On 'Can't Wait To' we find a thick, moody rolling club track with seemingly endless counterpoint drum patterns beneath choral synths pitched with a dark, Lynch-ian sense of humour. Where TNGHT's 'R U Ready' cracked the world over the head from bar one, 'Can't Wait To' is an exercise in tension. The thick sub kicks pick you up early and refuse to let you land.
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