22-year-old producer and DJ Lunice (aka Lunice Fermin Pierre II) isn’t interested in making the kind of hip-hop music you’re accustomed to. In fact, when we asked him to describe what the overall vision for his new upcoming album Three Sixty, he put it very bluntly: “bridge mainstream music with the more experimental underground sound.”
To also put it bluntly, Lunice IS the next big thing to happen in hip-hop production. Over the past year, the Montreal native has released numerous bootlegs, remixes, and originals–all showcasing his club slaying, futuristic hip-hop sound. He has already gained support from Diplo, A-Trak, Hudson Mohawke, and Mary Anne Hobbes to name a few. And with upcoming collaborations with rappers A$AP Rocky, Theophilus London, Azealia Banks and producer AraabMuzik. Lunice is well on his way towards establishing himself in both the dance music and hip-hop realms.