Chappy Go Lucky, the Canadian artist with a flair for impactful storytelling, is set to release his highly-anticipated EP, “Attachment Styles,” on April 11th. This introspective collection explores the complexities of trauma and relationships, showcasing Chappy’s incredible emotional depth and lyrical talent.
Born in Montreal, Chappy Go Lucky (whose real name remains a mystery) once pursued a career in Environmental Science at Concordia University. In 2018, he took a leap of faith and dropped out of school, moving to Vancouver to chase his musical dreams. Chappy lived frugally in a minivan while connecting with west coast producers, ultimately releasing his debut EP, “High Relief,” just a month after relocating.
Since then, Chappy has been unstoppable, consistently delivering powerful music to his growing fan base. His journey has included a four-month tour in India, cut short by the Covid-19 pandemic, and two well-received albums, “Mt. Majestic” and “Covid Drip.” In 2021, Chappy collaborated with Ariyon, a Chicago-based artist who starred in Netflix’s “Rhythm & Flow,” as well as Canadian artists Different and Postwar.
Now, Chappy Go Lucky is ready to captivate listeners with “Attachment Styles,” a deeply personal exploration of the ways in which past traumas can impact our relationships. Drawing inspiration from his own experiences and observations, Chappy dives into the different attachment styles that can shape how we connect with others. Fans can expect a raw, honest, and thought-provoking collection of tracks that will resonate with anyone who has faced the challenges of love and loss.
With the release of “Attachment Styles,” Chappy Go Lucky is set to solidify his status as a unique voice in the music industry, unafraid to tackle difficult subjects and share his vulnerability with the world. Mark your calendars for April 11th and get ready to experience Chappy’s powerful new EP that promises to move hearts and minds alike.
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