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Alexis Starr

Alexis Lucki Starr Gordon ( ˈlʌki stɑr; born January 27, 1998)[0] , better known as Lucki Starr, is an American Singer, Dancer, Model, Songwriter and Actresse. Born and raised in New York, she has performed along side/worked with several established artists on her come up as an independent solo artist. Lucki Starr has performed at the U.S. Open, with Beyonce Knowles for her Let's Move with First Lady Michelle Obama, on The David Letterman Show and Live with Kelly and Michael with Snoop Dog, and at the Barclays Center with Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, French Montana and many more. [0]


She is managed by her mother, Shana Gordon. As an artist she still continues to strive for better opportunities and has developed a following on Social media. She keeps up with her fans and her audience through her social media platforms with an edgy style. [5][3][2]


She has released cover songs to hits such as, "Too Good" by Drake ft. Rihanna, "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" by Adele, "Better" by Meghan Trainor, and "Cold Water" by Justin Bieber. Referring to her supporters as "Lucki Charmz", Lucki Starr continues to work on her original music and is expected to release music at the the top of the year in 2017. [0]