It’s been a little while since we’ve gotten a lot of new content from Cali-based Luke Christopher, but on October 15th, he dropped a visual for The Alphabet, a feel good track accompanied by a children’s choir (the first of two on the EP) on the hook. Luke Christopher reminds us with The Alphabet that his delivery, overall flow, and lyrical abilities are highly underrated.
His new six-track, self-produced EP expands on those themes and will have you wondering why Luke Christopher hasn’t sold out your favorite hometown venue yet. The Wonder Years (Part One) is full of radio ready hip hop that manages to maintain it’s integrity through complex rhyme-schemes and intelligent lyrics. A lot of times we see artists who are entirely self-produced struggle to create production that showcase their true strengths, Christopher doesn’t have that problem and he lets us know that through the whole EP, but especially on track two. The second track, Hell of a Rhyme is the lead single, which we first heard back in July and has Christopher sounding like a natural on the hook and throughout the verses. Limousines is the most intriguing to me from a production standpoint as it felt a lot different to me than Christopher’s other work, in a good way. I cannot wait for (Part Two).