LUCKY DAYE The Painted Tour 2019 with Josh Dean and Ambre (SOLD OUT)
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He projects a widescreen vision of R&B. His full-spectrum view encompasses everything from the explosive funky bombast to the soulful croon of seventies favorites and the turn-of-the-century swagger inherent in mid-to-late nineties classics.
As a result, he emerges with a signature sound of his own that stretches from soulfully smoked out to enigmatically energetic on his upcoming debut album, Painted. Lucky has an unbelievable story from growing up in a cult, surviving Hurricane Katrina, making music in Atlanta, road-tripping across the country to Los Angeles, and finally linking up with producer D’Mile to make, Painted.
t’s not everyday that an art director transitions to being a singer-songwriter, but then again, Josh Dean’s talent knows no bounds.
An Alabama native who studied Business Marketing at Morehouse College, Josh was humbly carving out a lane all on his own by fusing art, business and music. From interning for multi-GRAMMY award winning producer Bryan-Michael Cox and photographer Derek Blanks, to designing the cover-art and campaign for producer Maejor’s hit single “Lolly” featuring Juicy J & Justin Bieber. Soon after, Dean found himself being groomed under the tutelage of Janelle Monáe and Wondaland Records, where he would prepare visuals for the collective’s compilation EP The Eephus. His biggest break was when Wondaland recording artist, Jidenna, enlisted him to contribute vocals for his GRAMMY Nominated song, “Classic Man”, featured in the Oscar winning film, Moonlight. Multi-talented artist Janelle Monae also recruited Dean as a writer for “I Got the Juice” and “Don’t Judge Me”, off of her GRAMMY-nominated Album of the Year “Dirty Computer”.
Now, after getting his feet wet in the industry, Dean is preparing an audiovisual EP of his own music titled Dear BlackSheepe. Describing himself as the next iteration in a wave of millennials from a nostalgia era, Dean’s sound is one that incorporates a striking variety of pop and R&B and brings the dynamic dimension that’s yet to be harmonized in the industry.