Kenyon Dixon Celebrates Black Women On ‘Lucky’

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For his next R&B feat, Kenyon Dixon blesses us with an unapologetic love song dedicated to Black women on his new single “Lucky.” On Instagram, he referred to the song as, “An ode to the magic of the Black Woman,” and delivers some magic of his own.

Dixon is enamored and only has heart eyes for his soul sistas on “Lucky.” He is all-in as he sings, “Ain’t even try, look at you / Girl, how you so fly waking up? / Perfect in my eyes, you’re the truth / Really took his time, one of one / God’s on my side,” on the pre-chorus.

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When it comes to this blessed and highly-favored beauty, Kenyon realizes that he’s a lucky man to have her by his side and loves every shade and flavor. “Brown sugar, caramel / Chocolate, pretty self / My shea butter, cinnamon / Work of art, perfect 10,” he croons about the prototype.

“Lucky” is written by Dixon and produced by Marqus Curtis who provides him with a dreamy sound bed of bass, drums and keys perfect for “Slow Dancing.” An electric guitar solo by Lawrence Jones sets the slow jam off on the bridge, but it should be no surprise that Kenyon’s vocals on lead and background are the moment here.

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“Lucky” follows Dixon’s singles “Slow Dancing” and the Kevin Ross-featuring “Slow Dancing (Remix).” These new tracks will find a home on his next album, which is scheduled to drop in the coming months. We don’t have any details yet, but rest assured that Kenyon Dixon will be bringing you more of the R&B you love.

Join Kenyon in celebrating Black women when you listen to “Lucky” and watch its lyric video bursting with denim decor below.

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