JOYNER LUCAS AND CHRIS BROWN RELEASE “I DON’T DIE”

April 19th, 2018 – New York, NY – Atlantic Records artist and creative Joyner Lucas is back with Grammy Award winning Chris Brown to release, “I Don’t Die” – the next offering off the pair’s joint project Angels & Demons. The satirical video showcases Lucas and Brown posing as inmates mocking the prison guards and their unsuccessful execution attempts. Syncing their comedic personalities with rapid fire bars, the video is co-directed by Lucas and previous collaborator Ben Proulx.

WATCH “I DON’T DIE” HERE

I’m Kind Of A Big Deal

Upcoming Tour Dates:

May 6, 2018 Toronto, CA @ Velvet Underground

May 7, 2018 Montreal, CA @ Theatre Fairmont

May 8, 2018 Ottawa, CA @ Barrymore’s Music Hall

May 9, 2018 Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop

May 10, 2018 Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick

May 12, 2018 Springfield, MO @ The Complex

May 13, 2018 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge

May 14, 2018 Minneapolis, MN @  Cabooze

May 15, 2018 Iowa City, IA @ Blue Moose Tap House

May 16, 2018 Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre

May 18, 2018 Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre

May 19, 2018 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex

May 20, 2018 Reno, NV @ Jub Jubs

May 22, 2018 Vancouver, CA @ Fortune Sound Club

May 23, 2018 Seattle, WA @ Neumos

May 25, 2018 San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s

May 26, 2018 Los Angeles, CA @ El Ray Theatre

May 27, 2018 Phoenix, AZ @ Monarch Theatre

May 29, 2018 Dallas, TX @ Trees

May 30, 2018 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live Studio

May 31, 2018 New Orleans, LA @ The Willow

June 1, 2018 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum

June 2, 2018 Orlando, FL @ The Beacham Theatre

June 3, 2018 Atlanta, GA The Loft @ Center Stage

June 5, 2018 Washington, DC @Union Stage

June 6, 2018 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza

June 7, 2018 Boston, MA @House of Blues

About Joyner Lucas

Joyner is quickly becoming one of the most prolific new artists in 2018. His recent viral hit “I’m Not Racist” sparked controversy throughout the music and cultural landscape and amassed 54 Millions views since its release in late December 2017. The song became a hot topic on major news outlets like CNN and Huffington Post.

Lucas worked with multi-platinum executive producer, Boi-1da, to release his mixtape, (508) 507-2209. It featured striking visuals such as “Just Like You”, “Winter Blues” and“I’m Sorry”, and an equally captivating narrative about the effects of suicide on loved ones. Not surprisingly, it accumulated over 29 million streams on Youtube  and 19 million on Spotify.

In 2015, Joyner’s breakthrough video, “Ross Capicchioni”, earned him an acclaimed slot on the 2015 BET Hip-Hop Awards Cypher. Joyner Lucas has embodied the best of his music and plenty of critics and fans alike have taken note.

Now with Atlantic Records, Joyner Lucas is taking his distinctively prolific approach to music to higher levels.

Joyner’s fresh approach is quickly getting accolades from the top of the music business such as Eminem, Timbaland and Chris Brown. Joyner was also recently named one of three up and coming urban artists to watch for in 2018 by Forbes Magazine.