Luke Christopher: Album of the Year

Luke Christopher released his debut album today…

TMRWFRVR might be my favorite project of 2017 so far. Don’t get me wrong, Kendrick is still king but Luke blew me away with this album. When I first heard Section.80, I saw something special. I get the exact same feeling listening to TMRWFRVR.

 

The beats are incredible and Luke’s voice fits perfectly over each, switching between rapping and singing with jaw dropping grace.

 

The awesome thing about this project is that each song feels like a completely unique masterpiece. I can’t even name standout tracks because they are all that good.

Click here to buy the album… You will be so happy you did.

What do you think of the album?

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10 Songs You Need to Hear: Luke Christopher

 

Luke Christopher’s a rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer from Los Angeles and he’s going to be huge. His style, talent, and versatility have “mainstream media” written all over it.

 

In anticipation for Luke’s long-awaited debut album TMRWFRVR, I’ve compiled a list of 10 songs to serve as an introduction for those who aren’t yet familiar with this rising star.

 

TMRWFRVR is set to release on July 28th (mark those calendars)!

 

“They Know”

“They Know” is catchy as hell. Luke Christopher’s mass appeal is clear in this song.

 

“The Alphabet”

This song reminds me of Lupe Fiasco more than Drake but either way, it’s sick.

 

“Waiting Game”

Turn that base up for this one.

 

“Ms. Holy Water”

Watch this video and tell me he doesn’t have swagger through the roof.

 

“Lot to Learn”

“Lot to Learn” can best be described as a pop song. It showcases Luke’s versatility perfectly though.

 

“The Lights”

I’m not sure why but this is one of my favorite Luke Christopher. It has that feel-good factor that only a chorus of children can provide.

 

“This Old World”

Produced, written, and performed by Luke Christoper.

 

“Let’s Have a Party (feat. Asher Roth)”

Luke’s collaborated with Asher Roth on multiple occasions and I think they work well together.

 

“Hell of a Rhyme”

“Hell of a Rhyme” has that old-school vibe that true hip-hop fans can appreciate.

 

“Waterfalls”

If TMRWFRVR’s as good as this recently released single, I’ll be one happy fan.

 

 

Which song did you like the most?

 

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