Premiere: HANIF ‘Servant II The King’ (Prod. By TMak)
Blazing mics in the the underground as Luck-One, the man behind the persona has decided to step forward under his government name, HANiF. Looking to express his views on religion, social issues, poverty and more, he serves up his latest video aptly titled “Servant II The King” — a bonus track produced by TMak from his recently released 12 Inch Vinyls EP.
“Don’t need a shoddy to put a hole in your body, I roll with a bunch of socialists, militants, and jihadis NIF! means I’m uptight, back on my salaats now, Lucky got ‘em uptight how i hold the block, DOWN!,” raps HANIF on the track.
“It’s a concept album, reminiscent of the 1990s,” says HANIF about his new project. “I consider myself a craftsman and so I like to challenge myself. The album is full of stories about coming up in the ‘90s and seminal points in my life. It’s a good introduction to who I am and it’s steeped in the foundations of hip-hop. The content matches the sonic aesthetic.”