|Lucky Daye Quick Info
|Date of Birth
|September 25, 1985
Lucky Daye is an American singer and songwriter who gained critical acclaim with the release of his album Painted which also received multiple Grammy nominations. Moreover, he has also released many extended plays and tracks such as I, II, etc.
David Debrandon Brown
Lucky Daye, D. Brown
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Keep Cool, RCA
6 ft or 183 cm
70 kg or 154.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- Deep-set eyes
- Pierced ears
Lucky Daye Facts
- He was raised in a cult that forbade secular music but after his mother left the cult, he became increasingly passionate about the art of music.
- Lucky Daye used to turn children’s books into song and enjoyed the music by artists such as Prince, Rick James, Lauryn Hill, and Stevie Wonder.
- In 2005, he appeared as a contestant in the 5th season of the singing competition television series, American Idol, and he was 19 years old at that time. For his audition, he performed the song A Change is Gonna Come by Sam Cooke and managed to reach the Top 20 spot on the show.
- He opened for Khalid on his Free Spirit tour in New Zealand on November 21, 2019.
- Lucky Daye released his debut studio album, Painted, on May 24, 2019, through Keep Cool Records and RCA Records and the album comprised of songs such as Roll Some Mo, Extra, Real Games, Late Night, Love You Too Much, Call, Paint It, and Try Your Fire. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award in the “Best R&B Album” category in 2020.
- The song, Roll Some Mo, from Painted was nominated for Grammy Awards for “Best R&B Song” as well as “Best R&B Performance” and the song Real Games was nominated for a Grammy in the “Best Traditional R&B Performance” category in 2020.
- In 2020, Lucky Daye appeared as a featured artist on the song Can You Blame Me from Kehlani‘s 2nd studio album It Was Good Until It Wasn’t.
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