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The Career, Success, and Dedication of Rising Music Star, Lucky Harmon

By Tammy Reese


Rising actor and music artist Lucky Harmon's songs are surprisingly simple yet attractive, the pleasant music of him is capable of taking the spotlight. He is best known for entertaining the crowd with his thrilling voice. The prowess lyrics and catchy music of his song have their own flavor. The multi-talented artist recently delivered his new song collaborating with the legend “Lil Wayne”, named ‘WILDCARD’. Their song is doing extraordinarily well on the radio right now.


Join us as we chat with Lucky about his career, success, and more!


Please tell us about the origins of your career. How did you break into the entertainment industry and what inspired you to pursue this career path?


Well, it’s very long story, but I’ve been doing music since my childhood, from elementary school to high school. I did drama and theater in middle school and high school as well as show choir camps and vocal ensemble that helped me develop my stage presence. I would do talent shows and perform nationwide. I recorded my first EP as an independent artist without any label on my own budget. I got discovered at a talent show at Packard Music Hall, and in Warren, Ohio 25,000 people were there. Multi-Platinum Music Producer who worked with anyone from Biggie, Smalls to Salt and Pepa to Marcus Houston to Lil Bow Wow, etc. by the name of Rufus Blaq a.k.a. Rufus Moore signed me to a production agreement and we did a 7 record EP together.


Also, I just like entertaining people and I love performing. I love making people happy and entertained. How I got into the acting business is I actually auditioned for a music video a very long time ago, and I met a famous actor on set named “Johnny Alonso”. He was an actor from One Tree Hill and Dawsons Creek. He said I was good at acting and I follow directions well. So meanwhile pursuing music he introduced me to a talent agent, and I signed with her for 8 yrs. While traveling back and forth from Atlanta to the DMV. I was working in the movie “Furious7” doing some stunt work. I signed a production and management agreement during a brief encounter at a hotel lobby meeting.


While I was in the studio, cutting new music with Eric Parham aka 88fingaz who produced for Ron DeVoe, Shamari DeVoe, Serayah, Rick Ross, Grand Hustle, etc. I was approached by an A&R in the recording studio and they signed me to an independent recording contract under their Indie Label for 7 yrs. Which I’m no longer under a Label.

 


Where did you grow up and how was your childhood? Did you always know that you wanted to be an actor and music artist?


I grew up between the DMV and West Coast. Really all over the place. I knew I wanted to be a musical artist, but I really didn’t know if I wanted to be an actor. I just know when I was in high school everybody called me, Mr. Hollywood. It’s even in my high school yearbook which is crazy. A rather unique nickname.


What have you learned about yourself and the industry that you didn’t know when you first started out?


I learned that it takes a lot of time and dedication being in the music industry. It takes money to make money. You have to invest in yourself. And it’s not as easy as I thought it was going to be.


We love your music videos. What one was your favorite to make and why?


My favorite music video to make was the current music video “WILDCARD” because it’s all fun, with good energy, and I’m inspired by the record having the casino vibe. Giving it the Las Vegas appeal totally fit me and the song specifically having “LIL WAYNE “as a feature has really hyped me up and the girls and models it was just a whole vibe and a lot of fun.


Where do you see yourself in 5 years and what steps are you taking to get there?


In the next 5 years, I see myself making more music with more featured artists, possibly on a tour doing festival shows as well as more film and TV bookings.


 

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What would you say is the reason you’ve obtained your success so far?


The reason why I obtain my success so far is because I work extremely hard I’m dedicated and committed. I put my heart and soul into it and I love what I do. If it wasn’t for my fans and supporters, I wouldn’t be where I am. I love all my fans.


What would you like to say to your supporters? Any shoutouts you would like to give at this time?


I would like to say and shout out Young Money Entertainment. I would like to shout out LIL WAYNE. I would like to shout out Wrecked Productions. Poker Parties 777. The Recording Academy, SAGAFTRA. I would like the shout out M80 All my music producers Eddie Timmons, aka Shyboogie, Eric Parham, aka 88 Fingaz, Rufus Blaq aka Rufus Moore, David Veslocki, Masterkraft, Scott Storch, Colin Leonard, all my supporters, my family, all my friends my homeboy, Griffin Raphael. And everybody who continues to believe in me. I love and appreciate all of you.


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TAMMY REESE


Tammy Reese began her career as a theater actress performing in 60 live stage shows a year with The Media Unit TV and Stage Production Company. She also directed the weekly live TV show Rough Times Live.


Eventually, she went to Empire State College to obtain her degree in media studies. After graduation, she did more theater and wrote and produced her own videos to spread awareness on social issues through the arts.


Tammy is an award-winning journalist and is best known for her legendary interviews with Sharon Stone, Sigourney Weaver, Meagan Good, Jennifer Connelly, Laurence Fishburne, Mona Scott- Young, Geena Davis, Essie Davis, Vivica A. Fox, Omar Epps, Joseph Sikora, Nelly, Ryan Coogler, Carmen Electra, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Giancarlo Esposito, Amerie, Leon, Patina Miller, La La Anthony, Neyo, Britt Lower, Michael James Shaw, Aleks Paunovic, Courtney Kemp, Janet Hubert, Tom Arnold, Michole Briana White, Matt Cedeño, Raven Goodwin, Amber Riley, Ross Marquand, Merritt Wever and many more.


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