Lucki Eck$ follows up his Alternative Trap mixtape from last year with Body High, and the opening track, "4th Commandment Broken," sets the tone. Referencing Biggie's "10 Crack Commandments," the youngster from Chicago admits to "getting high off his own supply," which is obvious from previously released songs like "Xan Cage" and "Finesse." The project only has one feature, Ran$ah, with production from Mulatto Beats, Pluto Nash, and Skywlkr, among others. Lucki's growth proves that Chicago's rap scene continues to thrive as each of the emerging artists are able to display a range in sounds and subject matter.