June 23, 2024

Featured by Gzuz to Paula Hartmann: Luciano releases Majestic

Featured by Gzuz to Paula Hartmann: Luciano releases Majestic

Luciano is the undisputed German Minister of Drilling. He recently hit the top of the charts with his summer single “Beautfiul Girl”, and now he’s repeating that success just in time for the release of the album with his latest hit “Bamba,” which is currently touring worldwide thanks to features from H and Pia. British rappers are by no means the strangest guest at Majestic. In addition to controversial friends like Gzuz and Yung Hurn and the expected workout cast, Luciano has also brought two sexy foreign bodies to his new album with Sophie Hunger and Paula Hartmann.

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The drill goes around the world

Although there are new trends on the agenda now, the digging wave has stubbornly taken over large parts of the rap world. Certainly Luciano could be partly responsible for this, as he was one of the first to adopt the sound from the UK and spread it in this country. And the pioneering work is paying off: Luciano is part of an international scene that is well connected to each other. For example, several featured parts have already been played back and forth with British rapper Headie One and a song has already been created with Frenchman Gazo. They’re both now returning the favor with guest appearances on Luciano’s new (!) seventh album “Majestic” and even Central Cee descending into the hype for a feature segment on “West Connect.” If you add Aitch and Bia, that makes a total of five international guests at “Majestic” – a great number and an indicator of Luciano’s standing and the prestige of the training scene.

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Exciting rapper and pop vocals have been canceled

But the Luciano also has an interesting set of features on the German side. There is a collaboration with Kalim and Raf Camora, as well as controversial rappers Yung Hurn and Gzuz, both of whom have been criticized for different reasons, but both in the context of sexism.

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In addition to these two polarizing artists, there are two other surprising names: Paula Hartmann and Sophie Hunger. So it seems that Luciano is also very familiar with the German-speaking pop and indie music scene. On her debut album, “Never in Love,” Paula Hartmann flirted with workout rhythms anyway, which she incorporated into her lighthearted urban folk songs. The song shared with Luciano, “Passion,” also radiates a cool elegance, like a snowflake viewed under a microscope. “There is no love in the heart of my city / I forgot what I was looking for, another cigarette in Ku’Damm / Last light in the night”Paula sings here on the hook and then contributes in turn. Even stranger is the collaboration with Swiss singer-songwriter Sophie Hunger, who lives at home in a completely different musical world. But she also fits in perfectly with the “Majestic” guest list and adds quirky attraction to the song “Everywhere.”

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Luciano feat. Schmidt: Make it happen!

Several conclusions can be drawn from this seventh album by Luciano. For example: coaching is more international than ever and Luciano is at the forefront of this global scene. On the other hand: Luciano’s draft of this music corresponds to influences from the outside and the artist seems quite interested in it. And if the wishlist for the next album hasn’t already been submitted, we’d like to add Schmyt, Verified, and Tua.

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