Lucky Daye is an old soul who isn’t afraid to represent Black love to the fullest. His latest music video for his deep funk solo “Real Games” doesn’t shy away from this intriguing narrative.
No matter if Daye is singing the sweet ballad on a tennis court or belting inside a vintage-style home, the Child-directed video continues to make his chocolate leading lady the focus of the visual.
Before his “Real Games” video upload, Daye returned to YouTube for the second installment of his Day One series.
The emerging act gave the audience a dose of “Karma,” an ingenious track that takes from Ginuwine’s ’90 hit “Pony.” Daye, who was in a zone, fed off the energy of the crowd who were all tangled in nostalgic vibes.
Daye premiered the Day One series earlier this month with a live performance of “Late Night.”
On June 23, Daye will be making his award show debut at the 2019 BET Awards. Soon after, the crooner will head to his hometown of New Orleans to play at the 2019 Essence Festival. A day later, he will perform at the fifth annual Summer Block Party concert series.
In September, Daye will take the stage at H.E.R. self-curated Lights On Festival. Daniel Caesar, Summer Walker, Ari Lennox, DaniLeigh, and more R&B acts are on the performance bill.
Watch the “Real Games” video and the new Daye One performance below.
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