By Jack Barnes
An affable stoner with a boundless creativity, Tuki Carter is a unique personality in the world of Hip-Hop. Trying his hand at menacing trap-style club music, the Taylor Gang rapper details a typical night on “Jerry Maguire,” his most recent single. Depicting a night of hedonism, Tuki adopts an off-kilter cadence during the verses before syncing with the militaristic drums on the hook. “Jerry Maguire” features a memorable guest appearance from Tuki’s TGOD compadre Juicy J, who is very much at home in the debaucherous atmosphere. Premiered by Karen Civil, “Jerry Maguire” is the penultimate track on Flowers & Planes, Tuki Carter’s upcoming debut album. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
Combining passions for music, marijuana, and tattoo artistry, Tuki blazes his own trail under the Taylor Gang umbrella. Before music, Tuki was a full-time tattoo artist, inking several of the biggest stars in the Hip-Hop industry. In 2007, Rick Ross introduced Tuki to Wiz Khalifa, leading to a long and fruitful relationship between the two. In 2015, Tuki Carter dropped Tuki, which landed three singles, “Chirp,” “Good,” and “Yeah” on the Billboard/Twitter Emerging Artists Chart. Tuki followed up his self-titled mixtape with The Tuki Toker Tape, a reverb-heavy effort that focuses on the “stoner” side of Tuki’s persona. With his upcoming album, Flowers and Planes, which Tuki describes as the deeply personal but relatable at the same time,” the Taylor Gang artist will take the next step as an artist. Featuring “Commando,” a guitar heavy track with a video premiered last month by VIBE, Flowers & Planes releases on April 28th.
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