Pittsburgh rapper Lua’Proc is building a huge movement one fan at a time. His style is a blend of reality rap and braggadocios lyricism. His sound hearkens back to the days of hard body beats and grimy rhymes delivered with authenticity.
AllHipHop.com: Firstly, for those who are not familiar with you, give us some background info as to who you are.
Lua’Proc: I’m one of Pittsburgh’s “Made Men.” I’m a rapper, a boss, a business man and a father. I sit at the helm of High End Society Entertainment. I’m working hard to show the world that Pittsburgh has a lot of great independent talent and no one is going to hold us down or block our shine. My music has been featured on TheSource.com, InflexWeTrust.com, YoRaps.com and more. I’ve also been profiled in XXL magazine. My power is with the people. My Power is with the streets.
What single or project are you currently pushing?
Lua’Proc My current project is called “Fish Tailing.” It is my debut album. It contains nothing but pure bangers. I take the listener on a journey in to my world. It is like an audio movie. I have tracks on there for the streets, the clubs, and the ladies. The album features the singles “WHATICALLIT (WHAT I CALL IT),” “LEAN,” and “GOOD LIFE.”
What your philosophy that you live by?
Lua’Proc: My philosophy is “Go Hard or Go Home.” Hard work and dedication to your craft will always payoff in the end. No matter what you do, whether it is hustling in the streets or the boardroom, success always boils down to your work ethic.
Tell us about your live show. What is a Lua’Proc concert like?
Lua’Proc: My stage show is relentless and energetic. I am a master at rocking the crowd. I come out to entertain. My job is to provide the crowd with an experience and impact them in such a way that they will remember my name. I have performed all over the country. I’ve opened up for Rick Ross and Nicki Minaj just to name a few. Also I have performed at the Coast2Coast Live Mixer, The Core DJ Retreat, Mixshow Live ATL and on the Big Heff Industry tour.
Any final words for the people?
Lua’Proc: Thanks to AllHipHop.com for this opportunity. Shout out to all of the real n*ggas in Pittsburgh. Much respect to everyone who supports me and hold me down. I make music for the underdogs. I am not sitting back and waiting for an A&R to come sign me. I am kicking in the door and letting these phony industry cats know that I am here to stay. Respect my grind. Check out my website at www.luaproc.com.