Lucky Daye – Call (Studio Performance)
Nothing’s gonna stop Lucky Daye – he’s been smashing through walls his whole life. David Debrandon Brown grew up in a New Orleans home that banned secular music, but on the sly, he still managed to have fun cranking up The Gap Band. When Hurricane Katrina ravaged the city and his family moved to Texas, Lucky began dreaming of a music career, and got some positive feedback during a stint in ATL. A road trip to Los Angeles connected the proud Libra with producer D Mile, and in an instance of cosmic luck, the duo refined their take on groove music and developed a singular plan: “Let’s get funky, let’s get musical and let’s get unorthodox lyrically.” The result? Four Grammy noms for ‘Painted.’ Not bad for a debut album, which includes “Call,” a samba-infused plea for romantic communication, and “Fade Away,” which is part of ‘The Photograph’ soundtrack. The R&B hero put cool spins on both when he hit our NYC studio. Enjoy the exquisite vocals, that shiny red shirt and consider this your lucky day.
“Fade Away” available now on the official soundtrack to THE PHOTOGRAPH: backlotmusic.ffm.to/thephotograph
Executive Producer: Micah Bickham
Director: Bram VanderMark
Producer: Maddy Schmidt
Director of Photography: Skyler Brown
Editor: Kevin Rose
Music & Talent: Jordan Ferree & Annie Shapiro
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