Lucky Dice Interview @luckydice1

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Check out I2G’s exclusive interview with Lucky Dice.

I2G:
We’re here with Lucky Dice, how’s it going man?

Lucky Dice:
Going well, how you doing?

I2G:
Good, good. Let’s get right into it. You just recently dropped your new project entitled ‘Memoirs of a Starving Artist’, tell me a little about the project and how it came together for you.

Lucky Dice:
I did actually, this past Friday and this project is probably a culmination of this musical concept I had for a couple of years. I wanted to do a three part trilogy in a sense, like musical content wise, so I did two prior projects that were part one and two, so MOASA was the third and the final chapter in the whole concept of the musical project. That’s really where it spawned from, and so there’s more levels to it, but that’s basically the idea of where MOASA came from. It really represents coming back to the self, and coming down to earth and coming back to reality, or a return to Hip-Hop or however, you know, anything that basically means coming back to being grounded is really the representation of that album on different levels. For this new album, I should say.

I2G:
Now, as far as any more additional visuals off the project, do you have any upcoming singles that you’re thinking about doing videos for?

Lucky Dice:
Yeah, I have ‘No Message’, actually I already have visual shots for that. and so I’m going to drop that probably, in like maybe next week or something like that. That will be another video, and then I’m planning to shoot maybe two other, three other videos. I was actually thinking the other day maybe I’ll ask, I’ll put the question out there, what videos would people be interested in seeing me shoot off of the song, and maybe I’ll do something like that, but I am going to put out at least two or three other videos off of this project. I have one more ready to come, which is ‘No Message’.

I2G:
I’ll say right off the top, my favorite, ‘What You Do It For’, off of that. That shit goes hard.

Lucky Dice:
That’s one of the ones that I was contemplating shooting a video for actually, I have a whole concept in mind for it. I didn’t know if I going to that or if I was going to do ‘Another Dollar, Another Dream’.

I2G:
That’s dope too.

Lucky Dice:
Yeah, that’s actually one of the ones I was thinking of actually shooting, actually, that I have a concept in my head that I want to actually do.

I2G:
All right, just what’s your thoughts right now on the state of Hip-Hop and just music that’s coming out right now? Maybe some of your favorite artists or favorite albums that you’ve heard, something that you’re currently bumping right now.

Lucky Dice:
Well, for me I’m rare, I’m kind of eclectic, but actually I’m running around listening to Classical music right now, Jazz, trying to get away from Pop radio. I’m not really listening to any real extra-contemporary rappers out there, you know what I mean? I think I would give a shout out to independent cats that are doing their thing, I think Chance The Rapper is probably someone I like right about now, you know? J. Cole I still like right about now, but I like Boston rappers, like Cousin Stizz, Reks, I like people from my area, ReBelle, Deon Born, Moufy. I’m rocking the people from mostly from out here.

I2G:
Absolutely, absolutely. Do you have any upcoming shows or tour dates or anything coming up you want to let people know about?

Lucky Dice:
I haven’t really rocked that many shows yet, you know, just some preliminary pop-offs and things, but I’m sure those will basically unfold as we go along, but I don’t have anything actually etched out in stone yet.

I2G:
What’s your website information for people looking to check out your music and see what you’ve got going on?

Lucky Dice:
My website, luckydice617.com, my Twitter that I’m using a lot right now is @luckydice1, that’s also my Instagram, which I use regularly. Those three are the mediums to kind of, you know, stay connected with me.

I2G:
All right, well that’s all the questions I have for you, appreciate you getting down for the interview. Is there any last words or shout outs you want to get out there to the people?

Lucky Dice:
I want to give a shout out to all the real lovers of good music. Shout out to all the artists out there trying to do their thing, trying to elevate the game and bring quality music back to the people. That’s kind of feeling, shout out to people like forever, so you know, just shout out to everyone, man. Everyone with lots of positivity and doing something that’s real for our benefit.

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