| Tommy Woolfolk|
Underground hip hop
| Tommy Woolfolk|
| Oakland, California, US|
Living Legends (Since 1994)
Most Likely to Succeed, Creative Differences, Angelz Wit Dirty Faces, 4001: The Stolen Legacy, Almost Famous
Sunspot Jonz, Scarub, Eligh, The Grouch, Aceyalone
Tommy Woolfolk, better known by his stage name Luckyiam, is a rapper from Oakland, California. He is a founding member of Living Legends. He is also a member of CMA and Mystik Journeymen.
Luckyiam released Most Likely to Succeed in 2007.
In 2009, he released a collaborative album, One Uppers, with Sapient of Debaser as The Prime.
I Love Haters was released as a free download on Lifted Research Group's website in 2011. The album features guest appearances from Aceyalone and Slug.
He released Time to Get Lucky in 2012. Track 10 featured a new artist by the name of Lana Shea. This was the first collaboration between the two musicians that would eventually form the duo "Luck & Lana" Luck & Lana have since released 2 albums together with their producers Kill The Computer, under the name "Luck & Lana Kill The Computer". Their first self-titled album was released in 2013. The follow up, titled "GO", was released January 1, 2016 and has been critically acclaimed for both its lyricism and genre-bending beats.Justify the Means (2002)Extra Credit (2002)Extra Credit 2 (2003)Most Likely to Succeed (2007)I Love Haters (2011)Time to Get Lucky (2012)Overall (1999)All Over (2005)One Uppers (2009)"Luck and Lana Kill The Computer" (2013)"Go" (2016)Eligh - "Mingus and Me" "A Gas Dreamers Farewell" from Gas Dream (2000)Omid - "Live from Tokyo" from Monolith (2003)Scarub - "Make Things Crack" from A New Perspective (2004)Subtitle - "Crew Cut (for Sale)" from Young Dangerous Heart (2005)Eligh - "Love ov My Life" from Grey Crow (2010)Isaiah Toothtaker - "Unheard Unseen" from Illuminati Thug Mafia (2011)Lush One - "Stella Artois" from Gold Bricks in the Wall (2011)Sole - "D.O.I. (Death of Industry)" from Nuclear Winter Volume 2: Death Panel (2011)Grieves- "Identity Cards" from "88 Keys and Counting"