The integration of music within gambling environments has long intrigued researchers and industry experts alike. This paper delves into the intricate relationship between music and gambling behavior, focusing specifically on the case study of Lucky Cola Casino. By employing a multidisciplinary approach that incorporates elements of psychology, sociology, and marketing, we aim to elucidate the ways in which music influences player perception, emotions, and ultimately, their betting habits within the casino setting. Through a comprehensive analysis of existing literature and empirical data collected through observational studies and interviews, this research sheds light on the nuanced mechanisms through which music contributes to the immersive and addictive nature of casino gambling. Furthermore, we explore the ethical implications of leveraging music as a tool for enhancing player engagement and discuss potential avenues for promoting responsible gambling practices in the context of music-infused casino environments.