Luckyiam

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Luckyiam
Birth nameTommy Woolfolk
Also known asLuckyiam.PSC
OriginLos Angeles, California, US
GenresUnderground hip hop
Occupation(s)Rapper
Years active1990–present
LabelsLegendary Music, Luck & Lana Records
Associated actsLiving Legends, The Prime, CMA, Mystik Journeymen
Websiteluckydoot.com

Tommy Woolfolk, better known by his stage name Luckyiam, is a rapper from Los Angeles, California. He is a founding member of Living Legends.[1] He is also a member of CMA and Mystik Journeymen.[2]

History[edit]

Luckyiam released Most Likely to Succeed in 2007.[3]

In 2009, he released a collaborative album, One Uppers, with Sapient of Debaser as The Prime.[4]

I Love Haters was released as a free download on Lifted Research Group's website in 2011.[5] The album features guest appearances from Aceyalone and Slug.[6]

He released Time to Get Lucky in 2012.[7] He formed the duo Luck & Lana with vocalist Lana Shea.[8] Luck & Lana have since released 2 albums together with production team Kill the Computer, under the name Luck & Lana Kill the Computer. Their first self-titled album was released in 2013. The follow up, titled Go, was released in 2016 and has been critically acclaimed for both its lyricism and genre-bending beats.[9]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Walkman Invaders (1995) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • 4001: The Stolen Legacy (1995) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • Children ov tha Night (1996) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • Pressed 4 Time (1996) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • Worldwide Underground (1998) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • The Black Sands ov Eternia (1999) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • Overall (1999) (with The Grouch, as CMA)
  • Justify the Means (2002)
  • Magic (2002) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • Extra Credit (2002)
  • Extra Credit 2 (2003)
  • All Over (2005) (with The Grouch, as CMA)
  • Most Likely to Succeed (2007)
  • The Present (2009)
  • One Uppers (2009) (with Sapient, as The Prime)
  • Return 2 the Love (2010) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • I Love Haters (2011)
  • Time to Get Lucky (2012)
  • Luck & Lana Kill the Computer (2013) (with Lana Shea and Kill the Computer, as Luck & Lana Kill the Computer)
  • Go (2016) (with Lana Shea and Kill the Computer, as Luck & Lana Kill the Computer)

EPs[edit]

  • Break That Fear (1998) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • Mercury Rising (1999) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • Malapas Tears (2002) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • The Collectors Item (2003)

Singles[edit]

  • "Escape Forever" (1996) (with Sunspot Jonz, as Mystik Journeymen)
  • "The Best" (1999) (with The Grouch, as CMA)
  • "Windows" b/w "Tactics" (2004) (with The Grouch, as CMA)
  • "If I Do" b/w "Please Be Quiet (Shut Up!)" (2002)
  • "Shut Up" b/w "Come Along" (2002)
  • "Are We There Yet?" b/w "Good Side" (2004) (with The Grouch, as CMA)
  • "Canustaycool?" b/w "Jane Is a Groupie" (2005) (with The Grouch, as CMA)
  • "The Best I Can" b/w "Borrowed Time" (2008)

Guest appearances[edit]

  • Eligh - "Mingus and Me" and "A Gas Dreamers Farewell" from Gas Dream (2000)
  • Omid - "Live from Tokyo" from Monolith (2003)
  • Scarub - "Make Things Crack" from A New Perspective (2004)
  • Subtitle - "Crew Cut (for Sale)" from Young Dangerous Heart (2005)
  • Eligh - "Love ov My Life" from Grey Crow (2010)
  • Grieves - "Identity Cards" from 88 Keys and Counting (2010)
  • Isaiah Toothtaker - "Unheard Unseen" from Illuminati Thug Mafia (2011)
  • Lush One - "Stella Artois" from Gold Bricks in the Wall (2011)
  • Sole - "D.O.I. (Death of Industry)" from Nuclear Winter Volume 2: Death Panel (2011)
  • Abstract Rude - "Kan of Whoop Ass Reprise" from Keep the Feel: A Legacy of Hip Hop Soul (2015)
  • DJ Free Leonard - "Power To The People" from "Assimilate Or Eliminate" (2015)
  • DJ Free Leonard - "Hip Hop Ain't The Same" from "Assimilate Or Eliminate" (2015)
  • Broken Treaty Poet - "Take AIM" from "Birthright Tribal Member Soundtrack" (2017)
  • DJ Free Leonard - "Wise Words Spoken" from "T.H.E.Y. EP" (2018)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Luckyiam". Fingers on Blast. May 9, 2012.
  2. ^ Martin, Andrew (August 3, 2011). "Luckyiam: 'I Love Haters' (Album)". Prefix.
  3. ^ Herman, Max (July 30, 2007). "Most Likely To Succeed". XLR8R.
  4. ^ Firecloud, Johnny (October 15, 2009). "Luckyiam & Sapient Unite To Form The Prime". CraveOnline. Retrieved August 4, 2012.
  5. ^ Vasquez, Andres (August 13, 2011). "Luckyiam Explains Improving Lifestyle, "I Love Haters," Talks Living Legends". HipHopDX.
  6. ^ 319 (September 6, 2011). "Luckyiam – "For You" (ft. Aceyalone & Slug)". UGSMAG.
  7. ^ 319 (April 3, 2012). "Luckyiam – "I Been"". UGSMAG.
  8. ^ Lopez, Rich (March 11, 2015). "Indie musicians bring high energy to Midland". Midland Reporter-Telegram.
  9. ^ Keith, Kevin (January 12, 2016). "Review: Luck & Lana Kill The Computer – "Go"". Insomniac Magazine. Archived from the original on February 1, 2016.

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