I am super excited to report that Ermylou Records released the long awaited Destination EP by New Orleans hip hop artist Lucky Lou today in all Digital Stores.
Jermy Earl Tassin, better known by his stage name Luckylou, is a diverse-genre African American Indie hip hop artist from New Orleans, Louisiana. He is the leader and founder of FNS, and established Ermylou Records in 2010. He also formed the Stomp The Violence Campaign and school tour of New Orleans KIPP Charter schools which is soundtracked by the rappers, “Stomp The Violence” single and video. After releasing a mixtape in 2011 entitled Destine, his debut EP album, Intersection, was released on October 31, 2011. Luckylou over the years since he begun rapping in 2011 has musically inclined and effectively evolved into a entertainment game changer.
Check this video out of him at a recent performance at Pep Rally With A Purpose…
I spoke with Luckylou about the release and he stated,
“My listeners can expect me to get more open about my relationship with Christ, love life, and some excited dance tunes.”
Check out one of the songs from the EP below and go grab it in all digital stores today.
Oh and if you get the opportunity to check Luckylou out in person, it will be an unforgettable experience. I first saw him perform at an anti-bullying event in Baton Rouge a few years ago and his unique mix of dance, thought-provolking lyrics, and spiritually captivated me.
You can catch him live at…
PraiseFest on the Bayou in New Orleans, LA on Oct 22nd
Birmingham, AL on Oct 27th
Hammond, LA on Oct 7th
Gentilly Fest and Oct 7th & 8th
Connect with Luckylou on all social media platforms @4Luckylou and visit his website at www.4Luckylou.com