Los Angeles–This Fall, Rolling Sixties Gang Affiliate, Luce Cannon extends the summer as he serves street heat with “Cookout,” an old school-styled gangsta rap beat, dictating true street rules as he disses rapper Wack 100. The lyrics delivered on “Cookout” are raw and authentic, much like his World Star Hip Hop diss of Wack 100, which received over eight million views in five days. “I don’t sugarcoat anything,” said Luce. “I am the streets and just like the streets, I go hard consistently. If people don’t like the truth, they won’t like me, but if they respect the truth, they will love me.” Luce speaks respected truth on “Cookout,” because his mission was never to be a rapper. He stumbled on this new career when he decided to send messages through the music that he loved.