By Alexandra Banks

Lucky Daye, born David Debrandon Brown, is an R&B and soul singer/songwriter from New Orleans Louisiana. Having grown up in a cult that forbade secular music, Daye was able to practice his love of music through hymns. His musical taste expanded after his mother left the cult when he was eight years-old.

In October of 2018, Daye announced he was signing to record label Keep Cool, where he has released two EP’s titled “I” and “II.”

In May, Lucky Daye released his debut album Painted, which was heavily influenced by his religious upbringing. Painted features the popular sultry single of “Roll Some Mo,’” which describes the marijuana smoking lifestyle of singer Daye and his fictional girlfriend. The album, made up of 13 songs, also features the songs “Misunderstood,” “Love You Too Much”, “Late Night”, “Real Games” and “Paint it”. Daye has worked as a songwriter and backup vocalist for artists including Keith Sweat, Ella Mai, Ne-Yo, Trey Songz, and Mary J. Blige.