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Discover R&B Musician Lucky Daye

It was September 2021 when we first introduced you to Lucky Daye’s music. The New Orleans-born songwriter was coming out with the single “Over,” later included in the 2022 album Candydrip. At that time, we predicted the upcoming success. And we’re glad to say we didn’t miss the shot.

Three years later, Lucky Daye has been more than lucky, garnering 200M streams for his track “Over” and a GRAMMY Award for Table for Two (Best Progressive R&B Album).

The R&B musician makes music that sounds like it belongs in the new millennium, while also honoring a legacy. When asked to define his genre, Lucky answered with another question. “What do you see Amy Winehouse as?” he said to Rolling Stone.“Exactly — that’s what I want right there,” he continued.“I just want to keep making music that inspires and music that can push the mode. I don’t want us to get stuck. We got a train coming in, we got to make noise, we can’t come in all quietly.”

Despite a decades-long career in the music business, Lucky Daye has always been behind the scenes, working as a co-writer, author and vocalist. Over the years, he wrote for artists such as Boyz II Men, Mary J. Blige, Ne-Yo, Ella Mai, Trey Songz, Keith Sweat and Keke Palmer. Lately, he’s been around with a single, “HERicane,” dropped in April 2024.

New Album Algorithm and US tour 

Lucky Daye is gearing up to release his third studio album, Algorithm. He returned a while ago to give word that a new project is officially on the way. To commemorate its release, Daye will be heading on a tour across the US. Produced by Live Nation, the 33-date jaunt will kick off at San Francisco’s The Warfield on July 11, and will go through major cities such as Chicago, New York, Houston and Atlanta. It wraps at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre on August 28. Special guest Fana Hues will open. Tickets go on sale to the public beginning Friday, May 3, at 10 a.m. local time.

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