Lofsky comes through with a new track titled “Trust Nobody” featuring Mick Jenkins and Lucki. Both Mick Jenkins and Lucki have had impressive years, staying in the spotlight as both artists respectively put out handfuls of singles. Mick Jenkins’ Pieces of a Man was among the best projects of the entire year. Now, he combines forces with Lucki and producer Lofsky for a new song, rapping over some grimy vibes.
The trio switches up their flows on the regular in this one, heading into unconventional territory at times. The lyrics are sometimes menacing with Mick and Lucki making several gun references. However, content also spans to include the regular topics of conversation: money, clothes, partying and more. What do you think of the latest track from Lofsky, Lucki, and Mick Jenkins?
I don’t need a pill to fit in my surroundings, yeah
Mick brought the water, sip that in the club yeah
Money trees, bad b*tches, more love yeah
Throwing bands like a quarterback
Switch hoes like clothes, leave ’em in the past