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Watch Lucky Daye deliver a sensual performance of “Roll Some Mo”

In honor of Black Music Month, REVOLT has teamed up with Xfinity and Grammy award-winning recording artist Lucky Daye to bring you “The Link Up,” a musical performance series that brings together Black artists from across the country for an unforgettable experience. Check out the star as he delivers a great performance of his single “Roll Some Mo” above!

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