Rapper Joyner Lucas joined forces with singer Chris Brown to release, “Stranger Things.” The newly released song is accompanied by an official music video directed by Joyner Lucas himself. The video showcases the two leads spitting their rhymes as pest control servicemen partying their way through the streets of Los Angeles, CA. You can watch “Stranger Things” below.
“Stranger Things,” is the first single off the pair’s upcoming joint project Angels and Demons.
Who is Joyner Lucas?
The rapper has been building a stead buzz in recent years. His recent controversial song “I’m Not Racist” went viral, sparking talk throughout the music and cultural landscapes. The track has raked in over 49 Millions views since its release in late November 2017. The song became a hot topic on major news outlets like CNN and Huffington Post.
Lucas worked with Drake’s in-house producer, Boi-1da, to release his mixtape, (508)507-2209. Lucas dropped visuals for the songs “Just Like You,” “Winter Blues” and “I’m Sorry”. The project accumulated over 27 million streams across Spotify and YouTube thanks to his strong underground fanbase.
In 2015, Joyner’s breakthrough video, “Ross Capicchioni”, earned him an approved 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 Rihanna. Joyner was also recently named one of three up and coming urban artists to watch for in 2018 by Forbes Magazine.
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