Lukas Blacc, real name Luke Olule Lokebe, is a bright young man from Bukoto, a Ugandan town on the outskirts of Kampala. (Lukas Blacc is planning a 10-track album titled “Birth of Black Vibes”)
Lukas Blacc launched his professional career in 2020 with the publication of hits such as Step Up, Turn Up, and Rent Free, among others. His most recent album, Money Magic ft. Axon & Tia, has gotten him noticed by his peers in the urban music world.
Lukas Blacc is excited to release his new 10-track CD, Birth of Blacc Vibes, which is produced, mixed, and mastered by renowned producer Axon, distributed by Bram Bram Records, and executive produced by Derrick Kotevu alias Kderrick.
The project delves into several genres while infusing Africana into each song.
Lukas aspires to promote the expansion of the Ugandan music scene so that it may rub shoulders with international talents all over the world while focusing on the craft.
Lukas Blacc embarks on his first body of work, Birth of Blacc Vibes, after meticulously creating a lineup of tunes over the course of two years (BoBV).
The performer and producer demonstrate genuine talent from the start of this genre-spanning effort, demonstrating adaptability and comfort in numerous genres of music.
On this project, Lukas Blacc wants to accept a challenge and produce a non-genre-specific sound known as ‘BlaccVibes.’
The album’s pace is set by Trouble Merci’s creative introduction to the project, which paves the way for a heart-throbbing banger in Senorita, where Lukas Blacc unleashes a fusion of rap and dancehall, which is seamlessly followed by the melodic vibes of How Far ft Akeine into the album’s lead single Ebyang ft Kohen Jaycee.
On this catchy track, Lukas enlists the help of R&B sensation Kohen Jaycee for an unforgettable duet.
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The song combines the contrasting styles of Lukas and Kohen to produce a track honoring African woman.
This is due to Lukas Blacc’s long appreciation of raga dancehall, which was coined by Jamaican artists and developed by early Ugandan urban performers.
The album then shifts into an Afro Swing fusion with R&B songs named Night Shift, where Lukas gets honest about how love is a fading fact that can’t be avoided.
This track showcases the fourth-year law student’s poetic skills over the years, with inspiration from good production.
The album then transitions into a hard-hitting collaboration League ft Cxnrvd & Axon, a poetic and melodic celebration of Africanacity and what it means to love one’s people.
A vibrant track with Cxnrvd’s great execution and Axon’s magical fingers, it promises a lot to the listener.
The album is capped off with a Hip Hop track titled One Thing ft Likkle Bangi & Lagum the Rapper, in which Lukas Blacc showcases his rap ability by rubbing shoulders with industry veteran Lagum, who lays well-executed bars, with the icing on the cake being the foreign voice of Likkle Bangi, who calls out the haters in a hook you’ll want to hear all day.
This album is more of an experience than a collection of songs, as the listener is led on a journey through many genres, with bangers strewn about.
Lukas’ first important step in his musical progression, as the title suggests, is the birth of BlaccVibes. More from this creative urban hit is on the way. #BoBV #Blaccvibes (Lukas Blacc is planning a 10-track album titled “Birth of Black Vibes” – latest news 2022)