Lucky Daye Doesn’t Want to Fit In

The singer Lucky Daye makes music full of live funk, strings and brass — it’s more William DeVaughn than the Weeknd, and as a result, it’s not the type of R&B you usually find on mainstream radios or massive playlists like Today’s Top Hits.

But the fact that Daye’s music is now being released by a major label might be taken as a hopeful sign for R&B fans — or at least wishful thinkers — interested in a more diverse sound in the genre. The singer’s first release,
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