Gary Maurice Lucas Jr. Lucas received widespread exposure and critical acclaim after the release of his single "Ross Capicchioni" in On November 28, , Lucas released his single " I'm Not Racist ", which quickly went viral , gaining him further attention and praise. Gary Maurice Lucas, Jr. Joyner Lucas first started rapping under the name G-Storm, but by had changed his stage name to Future Joyner and started working with his cousin Cyrus tha Great, forming a group called Film Skool Rejekts. Originally intended to appear in the online-only cypher, he was later promoted to rap as part of the live broadcast cyphers based on the strength of his initial performance. Lucas signed to Atlantic Records on September 21, The controversial song is about race and society , and race relations from the perspectives of a white man and a black man.
New England rapper Joyner Lucas burst from the central Massachusetts underground in the mids with dense, thoughtful rhymes and hard-hitting production inspired by predecessors Jay-Z, Eminem, and 2Pac. Singles "I'm Not Racist" and "Devil's Work" garnered controversy for their uncompromising socio-political views, with the former earning Lucas his first Grammy nomination. He received a second nomination -- for a collaboration with Eminem -- before the arrival of his official studio debut, ADHD, released in Born Gary Maurice Lucas, Jr. By seven, he was already writing his own rhymes under the moniker "G-Storm" and would go on to collaborate with his uncle who was just a few years older than he was on various musical projects. In his teens, he briefly worked under the stage name "Future Joyner" but decided to use his birth name in , after rapper Future rose to fame. In , having already created original work for most of his life, Lucas' first solo mixtape, Along Came Joyner, was released. It featured the breakout single and video "Ross Capicchioni," a song inspired by the near-death shooting of a Detroit teen of the same name, told from the perspective of both the victim and the shooter.
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