Luckystickz is a singer-songwriter/recording artist and one of the premier Steelpan/percussionist in Canada. He has performed and worked for such much legends as Harry Belafonte, Brian Mcknight and Chili (of TLC). Music has given Luckystickz the opportunity to perform internationally to Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, Singapore, the United States, and throughout Canada. Luckystickz released his single “Love You (From A Distance) in 2015 which will be featured on his forth coming E.P. Every Day Battle
Currently, Luckystickz is dedicating his time and resources to cultivating his talents with the intention of sharing his music and his dedication to it around the world.
Music is at the root of Luckystickz life and passion. At the age of eight, he got his first drumset after years of using any surface he could find to tap out a beat. From then, he continued to master his craft playing in the church. At 11 he was introduced to the steelpan through the Hamilton Youth Steel Orchestra. There, he was provided a place where he could drum, and eventually flourish into a steelpan player himself. Today, Luckystickz enjoys the best of both worlds excelling both as a drummer, and a steel-pannist (percussionist) as well as a vocalist/recording artist and songwriter. His craft has taken him all around the world, allowing him to perform in countries such as Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago, Singapore, Jamaica, Barbados, and the Cayman Islands.
Luckystickz graduated from Berklee College of Music with a bachelor of music in Music Business/Management. While there, he’s had the opportunity to perform and work with music legends such as Harry Belafonte, Brian Mcknight and Chilli.
Recently, Luckystickz has been working toward developing holistically as an performing and recording artist. In 2015 he launched his solo career releasing his single Love You (From A Distance), which made its debut on The Birn Internet Radio Network and will be featured on his upcoming E.P. Every Day Battle.
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