LUCKY DAYE RELEASES DEBUT ALBUM PAINTED VIA KEEP COOL/RCA RECORDS
[New York, NY – May 24, 2019] Today, Lucky Daye releases his highly anticipated debut album, Painted, via Keep Cool/RCA Records. Click HERE to listen.
The 13-track album includes production by Grammy-award winning producer D’Mile on all tracks except “Love You Too Much” which is produced by Grammy-award winning, DJ Camper. The two co-produced standout track “Call” together. All tracks are written and performed by Lucky Daye.
Since his emergence last fall with I, Lucky’s music has been met with critical acclaim from fans and critics alike, with NPR Music touting him one of the “10 Kings of R&B for 2018,” describing, “his versatility and strategic fusions of funk and jazz on I nod to how he might set himself apart come 2019.” Since then, he’s gone on to release II, the second installment of songs from Painted, receiving critical praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, FADER, Complex, ESSENCE, HYPEBEAST, Pigeons & Planes and more.
Lucky’s debut single “Roll Some Mo” which appeared on his I project is currently rising on the U.S. Adult R&B songs chart, sitting at #9 this week. The track and video combined have enjoyed nearly 20 million streams worldwide. Lucky was also selected earlier this year as a Vevo DSCVR artist for 2019, watch his live performance of “Roll Some Mo” here and “Concentrate” here.
- Roll Some Mo
- Late Night
- Ready For Love (Interlude)
- Paint It
- Real Games
- Try Your Fire
- Love You Too Much
Listen to Painted: https://smarturl.it/LuckyDaye_Painted
Watch “Roll Some Mo”: http://smarturl.it/LuckyDaye_RollSomeMo/youtube
ABOUT LUCKY DAYE:
Born and raised in New Orleans, he spent his formative years in a religious cult—of which his mother was a member. Barred from any and all “secular music,” he taught himself melodies by singing Bible verses and Dr. Seuss rhymes. Once mom fled the cult, life quieted until Hurricane Katrina hit and literally washed life as he knew it away. The family fled to Tyler, TX, but Lucky aimed to launch a career in music. He made his way to Atlanta, where he spent some time recording before seeking a brighter future in music and road tripping to LA. Once there, he met D’Mile and crafted Painted, which takes you through a journey of Lucky’s life experiences.
Released under Keep Cool/RCA Records, his story unfolds by way of the smoky full-spectrum R&B on the record. With the release of Painted, Lucky enters the music world with a powerful debut, leaving his footprint and fortifying the groundwork to become the next rising star in R&B.
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