Coming off of the recently successful 2011 international American Idols Live Tour which concluded in Manila, Philippines, Pop and R&B sensation Jacob Lusk is poised to be one of the music industry's next great talents. Lusk's humble beginnings took him from the choir loft of his hometown church, to winning over the hearts of over thirty million television viewers weekly. His Rendition of "God Bless the Child" was considered by the judges, "The Best Ever" on American Idol. Subsequent performances of the Motown Classic "You're All I Need to Get By" and "A House is Not a Home" drew critical acclaim that garnered comparisons to musical icons Aretha Franklin, and Luther Vandross. Prior to his stint on American Idol, Lusk had been featured in numerous plays across the Los Angeles area and had worked with late west coast Hip Hop pioneer Nate Dogg, who collaborated with Dr. Dre, Tupac and Snoop Dogg throughout his illustrious career. Lusk often credits Nate for launching his musical journey. Within a year of honing his craft, Lusk has performed with Empress of Soul Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, and gospel star Kirk Franklin and has already recorded with super-producers Tricky Stewart, Rodney Jerkins, Rock Mafia, Harvey Mason Jr., and the legendary Don Was. A talented singer, songwriter, and actor, Jacob Lusk has proven to be a triple threat in the entertainment industry and this "Compton Crooner" is now prepared to take his uniquely distinguished sound to the world. The Sky is the limit.
"Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word"