Rhyme Report

Published on June 3rd, 2019 | by Guest Editor


Lukey Storey Gets Reflective On Impressive New Single ‘Made For Love’

Launching himself into the scene as a solo artist in early 2018 North London native Lukey Storey, hit the ground running dropping playful and thought-provoking singles, making it clear from the offset he’s not afraid to delve into the cynicism and realism of life. Using his own issues with mental health, disclosing his troubles with addiction and ADHD to mould his creative process – ‘Made For Love’ is another raw yet impressive single.

Storey states “it’s a song from 2 perspectives. For me, it’s a conflicted love song about taking a relationship for granted, denying to myself how I have felt and then honouring its meaning. It’s about dealing with obsession”. Calling upon talented East London vocalist STAC for chorus duties (of whom made her first appearance on Bonobo’s “Balls Bounce”) ‘Made For Love’ deals with these issues against smooth, tropical instrumentals with hints of contemporary reggae.

With a new EP on the way, we can’t wait to hear what’s next!

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