Fortunate Ones
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Fortunate Ones

Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States

Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States
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Serge et Genetics, les deux membres du groupe de rap indépendant Fortunate Ones, aiment se décrirent ainsi : « On a la chance d’avoir une famille. On a la chance d’être amis. On a la chance d’être aimé. On la chance de pouvoir faire des erreurs. On a la chance de pouvoir apprendre. On a la chance de faire de la musique. On a la chance de vivre. Nous sommes Genetics et Serge. Nous sommes Fortunate Ones ». Les bases sont posées, nous ne faisons pas face à de simples rappeurs. Les deux compères ont sorti leur album LIFELINES dont on parle beaucoup ces derniers temps et que vous pourrez retrouvez ici. Lisez l’interview, kiffez leur mentalité, retrouvez les dix clips des dix morceaux de LIFELINES après la version française de l’interview et suivez-les sur Twitter et Facebook. Enjoy guyz !
- Street Way of Life (France)


With an ethos to sway from mediocrity and strive for progression and perfection, New Jersey-based Fortunate Ones are forward-thinking, to say the least. So it's only fitting that the duo, comprised of long-time friends Serge and Genetics, look to display their growth from April's LIFELINES album—a project which earned them a growing online following—with this new EP, What Are You Doing Tomorrow?

Punching in at 5 tracks long and recorded in just one month, the EP is crafted on a culture of experimentation. It boasts leftfield production, unorthodox melodies and otherworldly lyricism, all striking the eardrum at a slightly different angle—always the right one, nonetheless.

A prequel to the pair's future masterpiece, you can stream What are You Doing Tomorrow? below and claim your free download here. Fortunate Ones can be found on Twitter and Facebook. - Prefix Magazine


With an ethos to sway from mediocrity and strive for progression and perfection, New Jersey-based Fortunate Ones are forward-thinking, to say the least. So it's only fitting that the duo, comprised of long-time friends Serge and Genetics, look to display their growth from April's LIFELINES album—a project which earned them a growing online following—with this new EP, What Are You Doing Tomorrow?

Punching in at 5 tracks long and recorded in just one month, the EP is crafted on a culture of experimentation. It boasts leftfield production, unorthodox melodies and otherworldly lyricism, all striking the eardrum at a slightly different angle—always the right one, nonetheless.

A prequel to the pair's future masterpiece, you can stream What are You Doing Tomorrow? below and claim your free download here. Fortunate Ones can be found on Twitter and Facebook. - Prefix Magazine


With an ethos to sway from mediocrity and strive for progression and perfection, New Jersey-based Fortunate Ones are forward-thinking, to say the least. So it's only fitting that the duo, comprised of long-time friends Serge and Genetics, look to display their growth from April's LIFELINES album—a project which earned them a growing online following—with this new EP, What Are You Doing Tomorrow?

Punching in at 5 tracks long and recorded in just one month, the EP is crafted on a culture of experimentation. It boasts leftfield production, unorthodox melodies and otherworldly lyricism, all striking the eardrum at a slightly different angle—always the right one, nonetheless.

A prequel to the pair's future masterpiece, you can stream What are You Doing Tomorrow? below and claim your free download here. Fortunate Ones can be found on Twitter and Facebook. - Prefix Magazine


New Jersey duo, Fortunate Ones have been bubbling since the release of tracks like the Angela McCluskey-assisted “Pipe Dreams,” the lyrical treat “99? and more. Now with release of their LIFELINES project, Serge and Genetics plan on kicking that buzz up a notch… - XXL Magazine


The Jets and Street Fam join the Fortunate Ones on a joint off their Auditory Consensus project, which is available now. - Shake of 2dopeboyz


I really dig the style of hip hop these guys, Fortunate Ones, are putting out. Here’s the follow-up to the duo’s EP that they released earlier this year. Peep the trailer above and everything else after the cut… - Kevin Nottingham


If you’ve never heard of Fortunate Ones, you may have heard their song “Pipe Dreams” in last year’s promo trailer for the hit HBO show Entourage [view here]. A lot of people wondered what the song was in that trailer, and if you dug that then we’ve got a whole album for you to check out right here. When You Least Expect It is an EP of 12 tracks from Fortunate Ones and is a year in the making. Look out for their full length album to drop sometime this spring, but for now I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this download. Check it after the cut… - Kevin Nottingham


The Fortunate Ones are gearing up to drop their latest project, Auditory Consensus. Features include Freck Billionaire, Rich Hil and Trademark (Jets). I’ll be dropping a few records from it before I put out the whole thing. In the mean time, check out the trailer. - Sermon


This is a he raps, he produce type duo. This is their second project and it’s definitely showing a good growth. From the production to the features (Freck Billionaire, Rich Hil, Trademark Da Skydiver and more). I suggest checking it out. - Sermon


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Still working on that hot first release.

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Creating music is never an easy task, everyone’s mind needs to be focused, and whether it’s a group or individual effort, focus is key. Distraction create stop signs in any ones efforts so therefore the best way to avoid any type of distraction is to build and rely on individuals within the foundation. Serge and Genetics formed
artist/production duo “Fortunate Ones” after being fed up with constantly relying on other individuals to create music. The Fortunate Ones approach is to distance themselves from any present vision and create an alternative sound to Hip Hop, without butchering its roots. While lyrics, production and content is the approach, sending a message is their agenda.

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