Lucky Daye Unveils Visual for "How Much Can A Heart Take" Featuring Yebba

The track is featured on Lucky’s latest EP record ‘Table For Two’.

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For Valentine’s Day weekend 2021, Lucky Daye blessed our streaming platforms with his newest body of work Table For Two. On that new EP album, Lucky has a silky smooth R&B jam entitled “How Much Can A Heart Take” that features Yebba, and he has now just unveiled the tune’s accompanying music video.

To coincide with the album, Lucky also released what he likes to call a “visual poem” that visually articulated each song on the record. However, one song was left out, which was this ballad with Yebba, and that’s because he wanted this musical piece to have its own moment as told in his recent interview with HYPEBEAST.

For this new video, Lucky Daye and Yebba playfully switch roles as each artist lip syncs over the verses of the other while they are posted up on a park bench. Towards the latter half of the clip, they also embrace this narrative by acting out the mannerisms commonly associated with males and females such as dapping up your friends and hugging them. Throughout the visual, each lyric is placed dead in the center of the frame, and some of the extra background clips display young couples on dates, one of which ends in a happy and successful proposal.

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