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Lucky Daye announces New Album 'Algorithm,' and North American Tour including stop in Orlando

New Orleans singer Lucky Daye has announced the forthcoming release of his third studio album, as well as a headlining North American tour to support the new music.

Lucky Daye announces New Album 'Algorithm,' and North American Tour including stop in Orlando

GRAMMY award-winning, genre-bending R&B superstar Lucky Daye has announced his forthcoming album Algorithm, which is due out in June via Keep Cool/RCA Records.


Most recently he released his dynamic single “HERicane” which received critical acclaim from UPROXX, VIBE, and HYPEBEAST upon release. Watch the official performance video HERE.


“HERicane” is the first taste of new music from Lucky in 2024, following the release of his single “That’s You,” co-written and co-produced by 16x GRAMMY award-winning artist, Bruno Mars.


To coincide with the album announcement, he has also announced his long-awaited and highly-anticipated “The Algorithm Tour,” produced by Live Nation.


Kicking off on July 11 in San Francisco, the tour will hit major cities across North America including Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto and Orlando.


Known for his incredible live vocal performance and electrifying, high-energy live shows, fans will get to see him play in House of Blues Orlando, when he takes to the stage on August 13 with support from opener Fana Hues.


Get tickets via Live Nation now.



GRAMMY-Award winning R&B star Lucky Daye discovered his love of music and natural gift for singing and songwriting early in life in his hometown of New Orleans.


Displaced by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Lucky moved to Atlanta for a brief stint and eventually ventured to Los Angeles to pursue his music dreams. After meeting producer D’Mile and working with him on his debut album Painted, Lucky fully realized his voice and potential. His undeniable talent as a vocalist took shape and landed him at his label home, Keep Cool, in partnership with RCA Records.


In 2022, Lucky Daye received five nominations for the 65th annual GRAMMY Awards (including Album of the Year 2x for writing credits on Beyoncé ’s RENAISSANCE and Mary J. Blige’s Good Morning Gorgeous), performed his hit single “Over” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and released his sophomore album Candydrip. The album debuted at # 5 on the Billboard Top R&B Albums Chart and # 10 on the Billboard Current R&B Albums Chart, and upon release received critical acclaim from NPR, Complex, Rolling Stone, and Billboard, who hailed Daye’s latest effort as “immaculate, forward-thinking R&B.”


In addition to Candydrip, Lucky has also released a number of collaborations including “Star” with Megan Thee Stallion, “Too Much” with Mark Ronson, “A Mess” with Ella Mai, “CYBAH” with Syd, and more.


Prior to these accolades, Daye won the GRAMMY Award for Best Progressive R&B album for his 2021 EP Table for Two, received nominations for four GRAMMY’s in 2019, including Best R&B Album and Best R&B Song, and released his explosive hit “Roll Some Mo” in late 2018.


Lucky has also been nominated for an American Music Award, iHeart Radio Music Award, NAACP Image Award and more. He has notably performed for NPR Tiny Desk three times, as one of the only acts to ever do so.


Lucky Daye announces New Album 'Algorithm,' and North American Tour including stop in Orlando

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