Lucky Daye may be R&B's new kid on the block, but as evidenced on his debut album Painted, he's definitely got an old soul. That extends to his personal style, which looks to be a mix of vintage looks and modern sensibility. It's no surprise, then, that his unique sense of style is brought to life for his latest visual, a clip for Painted jam "Real Games."
There doesn't really seem to be much of a plot or theme to the clip. While the Bounce-Worthy alum serenades us over the track with an old-school feel, not much is going on onscreen in the action department. However, he doesn't need much to catch our eye in the visual. It features several shots of Lucky jamming with his band everywhere from a swanky crib to the tennis court. The one constant is that each band member is decked out in colorful threads accented by eye-catching prints. Of course, there's also a gorgeous leading lady that gets her fair share of screen time as well. She's shown throughout in a few looks, from a fun and summery tennis outfit to a sultry red-and-black velvet number that makes her skin glow in the afternoon sun. All of the clip is beautifully shot with a feel more reminiscent of an indie film than a music video, adding to the visual's overall charm.
Being that this is only Lucky Daye's second video, we're pretty impressed with what he's been able to put out thus far. Hopefully we get a few more clips from Painted before all is said and done. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. Check out Lucky and friends as they show off their unique sense of style in "Real Games" below.