Documentary: The Making of Statik Selektah’s ‘Lucky 7’

blame it on Patrick Glynn September 14, 2015

Statik Selektah‘s production always ages well. It always has just enough elements of new and old sounds to stick around forever and always sound refreshing. That hasn’t changed with his latest LP, Lucky 7. After revisiting the project with the visual for “Beautiful Life” last week, the producer releases a documentary with Revolt TV showing a behind-the-scenes look for how Lucky 7 was made.

Starting with detailing how “The Locker Room,” the first song made from the LP, was curated in an hour with Dave East to describing the creative vision around the project, there’s some nice studio footage throughout of the process of Lucky 7, which was made entirely in Statik’s home studio. The late Sean Price, who appeared twice on Lucky 7, shows up in the documentary spitting some always original bars and passionately speaking that we shouldn’t give “snitches the forum” to do what they do.

Check out the documentary below, and go grab Statik’s Lucky 7 on iTunes if you’ve been sleeping the last couple months.