Lussh Beatz’s Artistic Range Is On Full Display On Four-Track EP ‘Psalms Of Lussh’

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It’s no secret that producers go the extra mile when they have full autonomy to create. Solo projects from the likes of Sarz and Cracker Mallo serve as evidence of the full range they are allowed to explore when given veto power. Lussh, also known as Lussh Beatz is in this niche. Having worked with the likes of Teni, Dice Ailes, Seyi Shay, Kizz Daniel, and frequent collaborator, Peruzzi, his ability speaks for itself but hasn’t done much in revealing its extent. After a hiatus, mostly as a result of the pandemic, he returns with EP, Psalms of Lussh, a four-track project that allows for the full display of his versatility.

With granular involvement in the EP – which features Shorae, Ehi and YungAce – Lussh flaunts a certain level of tenacity only possessed by artists who know and own their craft to the tiniest element and have results to show for it. His enthusiasm is top-notch, as always and on uptempo tracks like Seaside and the earlier released, Break Dance, he leaves no room for doubt.


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