A well-known American rapper, songwriter, singer, record producer, poet, and actor Joyner Lucas, received widespread exposure after the release of his single album “Ross Capicchioni” in the year 2015. His full name is Gary Maurice Lucas, Jr. but he is popularly known as Joyner Lucas.
Joyner Lucas was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, in the year 1988 on August 17. His passion for singing came out at an early age and he began rapping at the age of 10. He has attended South High Community School in Worcester.
Joyner Lucas developed his love for hip-hop at a very early age. When he was seven he started writing his own rhymes under the moniker “G-Storm”, and he also went on to collaborate with his uncle on musical projects. When he was a teen, he worked under the stage name “Future Joyner”, but later he decided to use his birth name.
In 2015, Joyner Lucas released his first single tape, and in the year 2016, he signed with Atlantic Records which was his fourth mixtape. Later in 2018 he paired with Chris Brown and released Project Angles and Demons.
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He was raised by his stepfather and mother. When he was a kid his mom and dad divorced. He has been silent about his family but has uploaded photos of his parents on his social media pages. His stepfather played a very important role in his upbringing.
Joyner Lucas has recorded many albums to date. He released his studio album ADHD on March 27, 2020. His extended play “Evolution” was released on October 23, 2020. His mixtapes include Listen to Me, Low-Frequency Oscillators, Along with Came Joyner. His collaborative mixtape includes Midnight Movie, Workprint, Side Bettin Vol. 1, and Mind Ya business. His singles as a lead artist include Just Let Go, I Love, Revenge, Lotto, Fall Slowly, and many more.
Altogether Joyner Lucas has two Grammy nominations which are held annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. In the year 2019, he was nominated for the song “I’m Not Racist” in the category of best music video, and for the song “Lucky You” in the category of best rap song.