Lucky Daye has announced that his sophomore album Candydrip is coming to vinyl this fall. The Grammy winner’s 2022 album will be available Oct. 21 as a double LP for the first time.
Preceded by the Musiq Soulchild-influenced “Over” and the Lil Durk-assisted “NWA,” Candydrip marked his first appearance on Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart, debuting at No. 5. The set also entered the Billboard 200 at No. 69.
The album’s first single, “Over,” premiered in Sept. 2021 with an accompanying visual that co-starred Jordyn Woods. The song showed up on the Billboard Hot 100 the tracking week of April 2 and eventually peaked at No. 77 in the following issue.
Beginning Sept. 16, Daye will support his new album on the European leg of his Candydrip Tour. It begins in Stockholm, Sweden, and concludes Oct. 9 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. Get more information on tickets here.
Since releasing Candydrip, Daye won a Grammy for Progressive R&B Album (Table for Two). He also collaborated with a congregation of artists on their 2022 albums and projects, including Syd’s Broken Hearts Club, Ella Mai’s Heart On My Sleeve, Col3trane’s Lush Life, Alicia Keys’ Keys II, and most recently, Megan Thee Stallion’s Traumazine. He also joined producer Mark Ronson for the new song “Too Much.”
But, speaking of Keys, the 15x Grammy winner released a video for “Come For Me (Unlocked),” on which features Daye and Khalid.
Revisit Luck Daye’s “Compassion” featuring Chiiild from Candydrip below.