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Joyner Lucas Celebrates Returning To The Billboard Hot 100 As An Independent Arist

Joyner Lucas' new Lil Baby-assisted single "Ramen & OJ" has debuted at number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100, and he has taken the moment to celebrate his success as an independent artist.

Earlier this spring, Joyner Lucas found himself in a heated back-and-forth with Lil Nas X over the Atlanta rapper's music video for "MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)," but ever since that short-lived beef passed over, the Evolution rapper has been completely focused on the music. 

In fact, Joyner Lucas recently returned with his first single of 2021, a Lil Baby-assisted cut titled "Ramen & OJ." Since its release on Friday, April 30, "Ramen & OJ" has already garnered nearly 6.5 million views on YouTube alone, so it makes sense that Joyner Lucas' new track was able to make a heavy enough splash to land on the Billboard Hot 100.

After a respectable first week performance, "Ramen & OJ" debuted at number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100, marking his first single to grace the charts since 2019's "Isis" featuring Logic. To celebrate the success of his latest song and flex his ability to perform at such a high level despite being an independent artist, Joyner Lucas took to social media to unleash a celebratory post.

"Made it to @billboard again. [prayer hands emoji]," he wrote under a slew of new pictures. "no label no backing no nothin. [rocket emoji]."

Check out the music video for Joyner Lucas' "Ramen & OJ" single with Lil Baby below.

Congratulations on your latest Billboard achievement, Joyner Lucas!

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Joyner Lucas Wants to Be a Legend on His Own Terms

"I would tell other artists to trust your gut and believe in your art," Lucas tells Billboard. "Find the right tools to help you create and manage and distribute your music. That's why we created Tully."

Billboard spoke to Lucas about his new record "Ramen and OJ," what it means to be a legend, working with Will Smith and Mark Wahlberg, and more.  

If you had to rank your own top three videos, which three would you choose and why?

No. 1, "Will." No. 2 has gotta be "Fall Slowly" and No. 3 I would say "Forever" with my son. All three are really personal to me.

"Will" is a personal record to me because I spent a long time thinking about creating something for Will [Smith], because he's such a huge inspiration to me. When I finally figured it out and executed it, and it came out the way that it did, it was very special to me. That was a very pivotal point in my life. Before that, I never met him. I just grew up watching his movies and Fresh Prince, and being such a fan. Being able to create something that could catch his attention and get his respect was very personal to me. 

"Fall Slowly" [with Ashanti], because I actually went through those things in the music video. It was a very toxic point in my life, and a real toxic relationship. To be able to recreate that with one of the baddest R&B legends in the game [is dope because] she don't do videos like that. So getting her to do that was major for me. I grew up loving Ashanti and loving her music. Everyone crushed on Ashanti, so being able to shoot a music video and have her play the role of what I went through with my ex was fire. "That was another one." [DJ Khaled voice]. 

[Actually] you could put "Forever" at the top, being No. 1. "Will" could be second and "Fall Slowly" third for sure. That's the order. "Forever" is the most important to me because it captures a point in time when my son was one years old. I got to shoot a video to a record that was about him and my feelings toward him, his mother being pregnant, and the emotions I was dealing with. That captured a real point in my life and he'll always be able to go back and watch that video and capture that point in time when he was that small. That's why "Forever" goes at the top.

Let's touch on the "Ramen & OJ" record with Lil Baby. Nobody wants to go back to the bottom, but what's a low moment in your life that you keep on the forefront of your mind every day?

What's interesting about that -- I purposely put myself in places that I was when I was hungry. I'll literally go back to old apartments I used to live at, and seek out the old car I used to have and sit in there. Maybe borrow it or drive around so I can feel what it feels like. I would go to Florida and go to my old apartment complex and sit on the steps so I could get that energy.

I'll purposely seek out old friends I went to school with so I could feel the energy of that point and time. It keeps me grounded so I never forget where I come from. When I go back to these places, I'm bringing my Lambo. I'm bringing the foreign and my neck is dripping. Life is different now and s--t has changed. It's kind of like a time capsule for me where the new me is able to go back in time, with all of the assets and my accomplishments [I have now], and to put myself back in those places and soak in the vibe. 

You speak about reaching the next level on "Legend." When did that moment hit you that you were a legend?

I feel like that if I died, I would be a legend. I feel like there's so much content -- and I honestly feel if I go early, that's when people do their research for real and get hip to you. Then they'll see the gems and the s--t that went over people's heads. They'll be able to see a lot of the s--t that I created. The same thing that happened with Nipsey [Hussle].

When Nip was alive, they didn't appreciate him. The ones who knew, they knew. He didn't start shining until he damn near passed away, which is horrible. I feel like I'm guilty of that too. When XXXTENTACION died, I went back and started listening like, "How did I miss this?" I didn't give it a chance really. Not that I didn't want to, I don't really listen to too much like that, because it's my job and life. I kind of just listen to R&B and island music to clear my mind.

I heard a few XXX records and I thought he was dope, but I never dove into his discography until he died. Once that happened, I felt like, "Wow, this dude was different!" I'm guilty of that and I feel like a lot of people are guilty of that. Believe it or not, when DMX died, a lot of people didn't know his discography either -- a lot of the young kids. 

You bring up XXXTENTACION, and you used an old clip of him on your song "On This Way."

XXXTENTACION was very aware of me, and he talked about me in a few interviews I had seen. Days before he passed, he sent me a message reaching out on Instagram, and told me verbatim, "You're better than 2Pac, I don't give a f--k what nobody says." Instagram didn't have the feature at the time to see messages from verified pages, so I didn't see it. When I read that message, I was like, "Damn." I wish I would've seen it -- because I definitely would've worked with him for sure.

To answer your question, I feel like it's too early for me to consider myself a legend. I feel locally, where I'm from, that I'm a legend... there's a lot of talented artists trying to really break from Massachusetts, and nobody's really done it. I'm talking about rappers. You got New Edition, Bobby Brown and all of them cats, but Benzino I don't think was fully mainstream in the door. He was the biggest from Boston at that time.

I feel like his daughter Coi Leray is more famous than he ever was. She's got more records, more popular, and his daughter surpassed him. It's a different wave now. Around his time, I could say the same for me. I know how difficult it was at that time with no internet to break [artists]. In Benzino's defense, it was probably extremely hard to break into the industry at that time. As opposed to now, you could go directly to the fans. You had to rely on the record label. Maybe that's the reason why I've become the biggest artist out of Massachusetts to actually break through.

Let's get back to "Ramen and OJ." I think Lil Baby has really proven himself on the lyrical side. When did you have that "aha" moment to where you wanted to collaborate with him? 

When I heard "Drip Too Hard," I was like, "I like this guy." Then I started getting into everything. Listening to his records and pretty much being a fan. On The Breakfast Club, I told Charlamagne, I'm my own worst enemy. He said, "I don't understand why you're not bigger than what you are." I told him, "I can't blame anybody for that but myself," and told him I needed to work harder. I decided that I was going to play the game. Beforehand, I stuck to myself and built my own fan base up and did my storytelling joints, and joints with bars... After working with Chris Brown, [Eminem], Logic, Will Smith and a lot of legendary people that I respect, I said one thing I haven't done was tapped into the new generation that's doing it right now.

So basically, I'm getting tapped in and I'm just creating records with the new generation. I'm not gonna give you any more names, but just know Lil Baby was No. 1. There's about seven more. It will probably be next month -- I got some solo stuff coming and another joint with somebody else with somebody new that's a popular face and killing it. I got another one coming with somebody that's considered a GOAT. I'm tapped in, completely.

I always ask the wordsmiths this, do bars matter in 2021? If so, why?

I think bars matter, but it's subjective, though. I think it depends on who's listening. It might not matter to a Soulja Boy fan. He's a swag rapper, and he lets that be known, and he's good at what he does. Maybe not even to a Migos fan. It may not matter to an NBA YoungBoy fan, and there's a whole lane of cats like that that don't really spit bars. It's all swag vibe records. None of their fans really give a f--k if there's bars or not. 

If you're a fan of [Eminem] or [JAY-Z], absolutely you care about bars. You heard the Twitter uproar about what he was saying on the "Sorry Not Sorry" with Nas. So when it comes to bars, it absolutely matters. When it comes to Kendrick, it absolutely matters. If they're deprived of some Kendrick bars, they're gonna be pissed. If J. Cole don't come with the fire bars on his album, his fans are gonna be tight. 

The other guys I mentioned, nobody gives a f--k if they spit bars or not. If I don't come through with some bars, they're gonna be pissed. I figured out how to blend the two worlds together. 

Talk a little bit about the Tully platform you put together, and what you really learned from putting this "Ramen & OJ" record together on there, with you being independent. 

Tully was built as a way to provide more tools for artists at scale. It works for me, and therefore I hope it helps thousands of artists. As an independent artist, it's not really easy. Hence, why most artists are signed. Labels are essentially business and marketing teams. If I'm able to manage my business with Tully and able to independently market myself, then the use of a label is only money and they're only a bank at that point. It should be considered a loan, and I don't know of any other business that allows a bank to own an artist's intellectual property. 

My goal has always been to show it doesn't require a major label to be a successful artist. When I signed to a major label, it was a bucket list thing for me as something I wanted to do as a kid. If I didn't do it, I would always have that question of what if and feel like I missed out on something. 

When So So Def was popping, I wanted a So So Def Chain. When Roc-A-Fella was popping, I wanted a Roc chain. I wanted to be part of all these labels. I wanted to be on Ruff Ryders and I wanted to be on Cash Money. My newest jewelry is getting made right now, and is all of those labels.

Regarding tech and all the tools an artist has, we do what a lot of major labels use. Regarding the release with Lil Baby, that was [done] independently and my plan is to continue to release music independently. Hopefully it inspires other artists to have that self-confidence to do the same. 

I heard you have a new video with some big people in it. Do you wanna talk about what shooting it was like?

Yeah, Mark Wahlberg is my brother. He's a Boston native, and he is somebody that is an extremely dope guy. He reached out to me when I dropped "Will" and was like, "Let me get this straight, you couldn't drop this record called 'Mark?'" We built a relationship from there. He talked about, "Coming where we're from, what you've been able to do musically, I haven't been able to do." He wrapped his arm around me and played a big brother role. Any way he can help me in any form, he's there. I asked him to be in this music video and he was there.

In 2017, I did an interview with XXL and they asked me about my music videos and movies and I told them, "The first actor I know I'm going to work with is Mark Wahlberg." I said, 'Mark my words.'" Sure enough, Mark Wahlberg is the first actor I've used in my music videos. This is the first time I said, "Let me get some actors now." He gave me his time and I got to act alongside him. I got to act alongside George Lopez. It was amazing, bro. 

Is there anything you want to say before I let you go?

I want to go on record and say that I personally feel like I wouldn't be where I'm at if it weren't for my manager, Dhruv Joshi, and my business partner, Sean Macdonald. I can't really take the full credit for being where I'm at. Those two were really essential in helping me. I wouldn't have gotten anywhere if it weren't for those two. Sean and Dhruv are the two guys that really helped me get to the next level. I wouldn't have been here and been able to do all I've done without them in my life. Buying my first mansion, or being able to retire my mother, or buy all the dream cars I wanted, and to work with who I want. I have the stress relief of real life s--t, so I wouldn't be able to do this without them, and I'm happy they're part of my journey for sure. 

Sours: https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/9572059/joyner-lucas-ramen-oj-interview/
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Joyner Lucas

American rapper from Massachusetts

Musical artist

Gary Maurice Lucas Jr. (born August 17, 1988), better known by his stage name Joyner Lucas, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter.

Lucas first received widespread exposure and critical acclaim after the release of his single "Ross Capicchioni" in 2015.[2][3] In June 2017, he released his fourth mixtape, 508-507-2209, which was his first on a major label. On November 28, 2017, Lucas released his single "I'm Not Racist", which quickly went viral, gaining him further mainstream attention. The video was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Music Video at the 61st Grammy Awards.[4] Lucas was briefly signed to Atlantic Records, until he announced his departure from the label in December 2018.

Since 2016, Lucas has also become known for remixing popular hip hop songs like "Gucci Gang" by Lil Pump, "Bank Account" by 21 Savage, "DNA" by Kendrick Lamar and many others.[5] In October 2018, he announced his debut studio album ADHD,[6] which was released on March 27, 2020.[7]

Early life[edit]

Gary Maurice Lucas, Jr. was born on August 17, 1988, in Worcester, Massachusetts.[7] He began rapping at the age of 10,[8][9] and attended South High Community School in Worcester.[9][10]

Career[edit]

2007–2017: Early beginnings, record deal, and 508-507-2209[edit]

Joyner Lucas first started rapping under the name G-Storm, but by 2007 had changed his stage name to Future Joyner and started working with his cousin Cyrus tha Great, forming a group called Film Skool Rejekts. That year they released Workprint: The Greatest Mixtape of All Time.[11] Lucas released his first solo mixtape, titled Listen to Me, in 2011.[citation needed] After rapper Future came to prominence, Lucas dropped the "Future" from his name and continued as Joyner Lucas.[11] He released his first mixtape under this new moniker in 2013, titled LFO's (Low Frequency Oscillators).[12] His next mixtape, Along Came Joyner, was released on April 5, 2015.[13] This mixtape contained his critically acclaimed "Ross Capicchioni".[14] Following the success of the song, Lucas was featured in the 2015 BET Hip-Hop Awards Cypher. 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.[15][16]

Lucas signed to Atlantic Records on September 21, 2016.[17] Lucas went on to release a project titled 508-507-2209 on June 16, 2017, with Atlantic Records.[18] The mixtape charted at #7 on the Heatseekers Albums chart on Billboard and contained the singles "I'm Sorry", "Ultrasound", "Just Like You" and "Winter Blues". Ever since 2016, Lucas has also become known for remixing popular hip hop songs.[5]

On November 28, 2017, Lucas released the single "I'm Not Racist" via his YouTube channel.[20] The music video quickly went viral and gained critical acclaim. The controversial song is about race and society, and race relations from the perspectives of a white man and a black man.[21][22][23][24] The video was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Music Video at the 61st Grammy Awards, but lost to Childish Gambino's "This Is America".[4] Lucas and Chris Brown announced a collaborative project titled Angels & Demons on February 25, 2018,[25] with the project's first single "Stranger Things" releasing the following day.[26] On April 1, 2018, Lucas released the single "Frozen", a song focused on different forms of reckless driving. The second single from the Angels and Demons collaborative mixtape, "I Don't Die", was released on May 2.

2018–2020: ADHD, and Evolution[edit]

On July 31, 2018, Lucas announced that he was forced to cancel appearances in the Australian and European legs of his I'm Kind of a Big Deal tour due to hoarseness and laryngitis.[27] A month later, Lucas was featured on "Lucky You" from Eminem's tenth album, Kamikaze. The song debuted at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, marking Lucas' first top 10 entry on the chart.[28] On October 12, 2018, Lucas announced that he would be releasing his debut studio album entitled ADHD. He also announced a single from the album that would be released the following Wednesday.[29] The song, entitled "I Love", was released as the lead single from ADHD,[30] which was released on March 27, 2020. It was preceded by nine singles from October 2018 to March 2020, the time before release.

On August 17, 2020, Lucas announced the release date of his debut EP, Evolution.[31] It was released on October 23, 2020.[32] It was preceded by two singles, "Fall Slowly" featuring Ashanti and "Snitch".

2021: Upcoming second studio album[edit]

On April 30, 2021, Lucas released the single "Ramen & OJ" with Lil Baby as the lead single from his upcoming second studio album. It was accompanied by a music video. Lucas contributed a song titled "Shoot My Shot" to the Space Jam: A New Legacy soundtrack.

Artistry[edit]

Lucas has cited several artists as influences in his music,[33] but he cites Eminem as his biggest musical influence.[34] Eminem himself actually considers Lucas to be one of the greatest rappers of all time.[35] He also revealed he was influenced by Will Smith in his song "Will", which he would release a remix of featuring Will Smith himself on May 15, 2020. He cites Jay-Z as one of his influences too.

Personal life[edit]

Joyner Lucas shares a son named Joyner Messiah Lucas (born February 20, 2016) with Carmen Julissa Ayala, whom he had an off and on romantic relationship with. Lucas tells the story of his son's conception in his song "Forever" on his mixtape 508-507-2209.[34] Joyner Messiah Lucas is loved and adored by his father and referenced in many of his songs. He has also made cameos in his father's music videos. Most recently he played Will Smith's son Jaden Smith in the video of "Will".[36]

Lucas has revealed that the title of his album ADHD comes from the fact that he was diagnosed with ADHD as a child. He explained that people surrounding him, including his own parents, made him feel like he was not normal and treated him differently as a result. Eventually, he would act out and get sent to an alternative school after expulsion.[6][37]

Feuds[edit]

Logic[edit]

According to Lucas, when he was on Tech N9ne's tour bus, he heard some records from Tech's album The Storm. Lucas expressed interest on collaborating with Logic on the song "Sriracha" and felt that he could add to the display of fast-flow rapping, and Tech acquiesced.[38] Logic was originally slated to be the only feature on "Sriracha", but when he spent over six months to deliver his verse, Lucas hopped on the track to offer his own. Joyner stated that when they got the record back, he could tell that Logic was not "too happy" about him being on the track once he heard it.[38] On his remix of Future's "Mask Off", Joyner, unhappy by the work Logic turned in after taking nearly half a year to edit his verse, directly addressed the disappointing display. Both he and Tech N9ne were upset with Logic for not emulating the style of quick flow on the song.[39]

After Logic's hit song "1-800-273-8255" peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100, Joyner Lucas immediately took offense and argued that the track was named in order to bring direct competition to his project, 508-507-2209. In a later interview, he called Logic "corny"[40] and in another incident, he said that he thinks that Logic "can rap" but feels like "he tries to prove that he's black too much for me."[38] With both Logic's single and Lucas' mixtape dealing with the issue of mental health representation and resource allocation, Lucas was careful to not slam the track too hard.[39]

When Logic dropped his song "Yuck" from his mixtape Bobby Tarantino II in March 2018, the veiled diss inside the song was quickly spotted by Lucas and his fans, despite Logic saying that there was no diss in the song.[41] Seemingly nonplussed by the insult, Lucas dared Logic to call him out directly on Twitter. That same month, Joyner took aim at Logic's song "44 More" and his album Everybody on his remix of BlocBoy JB's "Look Alive".[39]

In 2019, the two rappers ended their feud, which was revealed when Logic made a guest appearance on Joyner Lucas' song "ISIS", the third single from ADHD. Lucas kept the name of the collaborator a secret until he released the song.[42]

Hopsin[edit]

In September 2018, when a fan asked rapper Hopsin on Twitter who would win in a rap battle between him and Joyner Lucas, Hopsin replied, "That's a dumb question that I'm sure you already know the answer to." Not long after, Lucas commented, "Hold up. @Hopsin wtf is that supposed to mean???"[43] In his response, Hopsin stated that he would "b[r]eak his soul" and also dissed Logic in the comment.[44] This dispute would prove to be short-lived, when in less than two days Hopsin shared a screenshot of a FaceTime call with Lucas, indicating that they finally made peace, but still wanted people to consider who would beat the other in a rap battle. Most of the majority favored Hopsin.[45]

Tory Lanez[edit]

On November 19, 2018, Lanez claimed that he was a better rapper than Joyner Lucas on an Instagram Live session. Incredulous, Lucas immediately responded by inviting Lanez to a battle rapping challenge and telling him to let the public decide who is better. The next day, Lanez dropped a freestyle over Eminem's "Lucky You", of which Lucas made a guest appearance on. In less than 24 hours, Joyner responded with his freestyle over "Litty" by Meek Mill featuring Tory Lanez, also targeting rapper Trippie Redd, who joined Tory's Instagram Live and slandered Joyner's name as well. Shortly after, Lanez retaliated with his own freestyle of "Litty", titled "Litty Again", taking shots at Joyner's collaboration with Eminem. Lucas' answer song was a freestyle of Kodak Black's "Zeze". On the track, he mentions Tory's being accused of plagiarism in 2016, when listeners noticed that the ending of Lanez's song "4am Flex" was similar to Kendrick Lamar's "The Art of Peer Pressure". Joyner also accuses him of copying rapper Don Q's flow on his 2017 Funkmaster Flex freestyle.[46] On November 23, Tory posted on Instagram a video of him declaring victory in the feud and celebrating. Displeased, Lucas reposted the video with his own comment, with a reference to Lanez as a singer.[47]

The end of this rivalry was made public on August 8, 2019, when Joyner Lucas and Tory Lanez collaborated on their remix of "Suge" by DaBaby.[48]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are held annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Joyner has two Grammy nominations altogether.[49]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

Mixtapes[edit]

Collaborative mixtapes[edit]

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Notes

  1. ^"I Don't Die" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number eight on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[82]
  2. ^"I Don't Die" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number five on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart.[83]
  3. ^"I Love" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number ten on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[82]
  4. ^"I Love" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number seven on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart.[83]
  5. ^"I Love" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 15 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[84]
  6. ^"Just Let Go" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 16 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[86]
  7. ^"Devil's Work" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number five on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[82]
  8. ^"Devil's Work" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number seven on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[88]
  9. ^"Broke and Stupid" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 34 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[91]
  10. ^"10 Bands" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 33 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[92]
  11. ^"ADHD" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 17 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[93]
  12. ^"Revenge" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 27 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[95]
  13. ^"Lotto" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 37 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[97]
  14. ^"Will" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number two on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[82]
  15. ^"Will" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 11 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[98]
  16. ^"Ramen & OJ" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 11 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[100]
  17. ^"Dreams Unfold" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 24 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[101]
  18. ^"Your Heart" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number three on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[104]
  19. ^"Late to the Party" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 10 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[105]

As featured artist[edit]

Other charted songs[edit]

Remixes[edit]

Guest appearances[edit]

References[edit]

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ADHD (Joyner Lucas album)

2020 studio album by Joyner Lucas

ADHD
Joyner Lucas - ADHD.jpg
ReleasedMarch 27, 2020
Recorded2018–2020
GenreHip hop
Length60:02
Label
Producer
  • Boi-1da
  • Bregma
  • Crank Lucas
  • CorMill
  • Darkboy Santana
  • DrtWork
  • Highself
  • Leo Son
  • Illmind
  • ISM
  • Jahaan Sweet
  • Mally Mall
  • NextLane Beats
  • Nick Papz
  • Nox Beats
  • Rocktee
  • Scorp Dezel
  • Sonorous
  • SoSpecial
  • Sweet
  • TheSkyBeats
  • Timbaland
  • Xander
  1. "I Love"
    Released: October 17, 2018
  2. "Devil's Work"
    Released: May 2, 2019
  3. "ISIS"
    Released: May 24, 2019
  4. "Broke and Stupid"
    Released: June 27, 2019
  5. "10 Bands"
    Released: July 11, 2019
  6. "ADHD"
    Released: September 10, 2019
  7. "Revenge"
    Released: February 3, 2020
  8. "Lotto"
    Released: March 12, 2020
  9. "Will"
    Released: March 25, 2020

ADHD is the debut studio album by American rapper Joyner Lucas. It was released on March 27, 2020, by his self-owned label, Twenty Nine Music Group.[2] The album features four skits with music created for the album by Leo Son. The album features guest appearances by Logic, Young Thug, Chris Brown, Timbaland, Fabolous, and King OSF and production from Boi-1da, Timbaland, Highself, Jahaan Sweet, Illmind, Bregma among others

Background[edit]

The album was announced on October 12, 2018. Lucas has stated that his childhood diagnosis with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder was the inspiration for the album.[3]

When I was a kid I was diagnosed with 'ADHD'.. they said I was aggressive, fidgety, hyperactive, impulsive, etc... they tried to put me on meds. Everyone around me including my own parents made me feel like I wasn’t normal. I had to constantly see a doctor who made me take tests and all that. They separated me from the regular kids in school and put me in these classes away from everyone [...] Creating music was and always has been my only therapy. It’s the only way I ever knew how to express myself. I was tired of being cut off every time I spoke or had a opinion.. I figured if I made music then you would have no choice but to listen to me and hear me out [...] The kid with 'ADHD' did it.[3]

Lucas released the album's lead single, "I Love", on October 17, 2018.[4] He continued to release singles from the album throughout 2019 and 2020. He unveiled the album's track listing on March 24, 2020.[5]

Commercial performance[edit]

ADHD debuted at number ten on the US Billboard 200 with 39,000 album-equivalent units, including 10,000 album sales in its first week. It is Lucas' first US top-10 album.[6]

Track listing[edit]

1."Screening Evaluation (Skit)"Leo Son2:49
2."I Lied (Intro)"4:11
3."ISIS" (featuring Logic)3:56
4."The War" (featuring Young Thug)3:42
5."Chris (Skit)"LucasLeo Son0:58
6."I Love"TheSkyBeats3:30
7."Devil's Work"
  • Lucas
  • Bartosz Welka
  • Marcin Gerik
  • Bob Foster
SoSpecial4:45
8."Lotto"
  • Lucas
  • Rashid
  • Ishmael Sadiq Montague
3:50
9."Kevin (Skit)"LucasLeo Son0:54
10."Gold Mine"CorMill3:11
11."Finally" (featuring Chris Brown)3:35
12."10 Bands" (featuring Timbaland)Timbaland3:34
13."Revenge"
  • Lucas
  • Sweet
  • Samuels
  • Kevin Deepnarine
  • Michal Suski
  • Sonorous
  • DrtWrk
  • Sweet
  • Boi-1da
4:29
14."Comprehensive Evaluation (Skit)"LucasLeo Son2:05
15."ADHD"LucasHighself3:25
16."Still Can't Love" (featuring Fabolous and King OSF)Darkboy Santana3:57
17."Will"Crank Lucas3:21
18."Broke and Stupid"
  • Lucas
  • Don Blackman
  • Eisner
  • Frederik Gamst
  • Waitman
  • Nox Beats
  • NextLane Beats
  • CorMill
3:58
Total length:60:02

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Year-end charts[edit]

References[edit]

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