|Is|| Musician |
|Birth||19 July 1988|
Jack Lucien (born 19 July 1988) is a British born Andorran singer, music producer, and songwriter who has had success in Continental Europe under the names Hun, Lucien and Jack Lucien. He is best known for his 2009 single I’m Not Afraid.
2004 – 2007
In 2004, under the name Hun he released his first single Gone Before It Happens under the Spanish record label, O’Clock Music. It was released on 25 July 2004.
In 2006, he returned with the name Lucien and released an EP What You Said To Me…. The only single was It’s Unconditional, and it managed to achieve mild success in Europe.
2008 – 2011
In 2008, he released his debut album New 80s Musik. The only single was Rasputin which was released as a free download before the album’s release. A different version of the album, titled Джэк Люсьен (Jack Lucien) was released in Russia in January 2009, featuring a collection of released and unreleased songs as well as remixes. A new song, I’m Not Afraid, was released as a radio only single and managed to reach Top 10 in the Russian Airplay Chart.
His second studio album as Jack Lucien, EuroSceptic, was released on 26 October 2009. Due to a lack of promotion and an underwhelming reception, it failed to spawn any success and its lead single Saturday was eventually cancelled.
In 2010, he released the song Hook U Up which was written as the theme tune for his first foray into TV presenting, Matchmaker.
In October 2011, he released a compilation album Everything I Want To Be. It featured a mixture of new tracks, old tracks and rarities, as well as the single only releases Hook U Up and State of Mind. To promote the LP, he undertook a brief tour of the United Kingdom and Spain, as well as appearing on the game show The Weakest Link, coming third.
2012 – present
He is currently working on the follow up to his 2009 album Eurosceptic.
On 20 January 2014, he released a new version of his song I’m Not Afraid, entitled “I’m Not Afraid ’14 (English, Spanish, Russian and Catalan Version)”.
In May 2010, Lucien announced that he had written a song for German pop group Monrose’s new album Ladylike. The track entitled “Caffeine”, was included as a bonus track in 2011.
In 2011, he landed with co-writing the Russian entry for Eurovision Song Contest 2011 by Alexey Vorobyov entitled Get You in collaboration with the Moroccan-Swedish producer RedOne.
In October 2008, the singer stated that he was in talks to represent Andorra in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest. His song, Marxaré, was pulled out by the singer just before the Andorran Finals to select their entrant. It was released as a download single on 4 May 2009 and its English version Let Me Go was included on his 2009 release Eurosceptic.
As well as being a singer, Lucien appeared on T4, performing “Rasputin” in May 2008, and appearing on the show Je Suis Un Rockstar in August.
He is a classical musician, and has performed classical guitar in various ensembles. In 2008, he performed with the Barents Dance Troup, joining them on both their Russian and Scandinavian tours.
In November 2009, Lucien made his acting debut in Ghetto at New Theatre, Nottingham, playing ‘The Hashid’. Lucien furthered his theatrical career in 2010, acting in Our Town.
Lucien was born in Kettering, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom. He grew up in Andorra and culturally sees himself as Andorran. He was educated at Winchester College and the University of Nottingham where he took a degree in modern languages. Alongside his music he works in public relations. He is a friend of Spanish singer Soraya Arnelas and recorded a song named Anaesthetic together in 2008.
|2004||“Gone Before It Happens” ||74||–||–||38|
|2006||“It’s Unconditional” ||186||14||–||49|
|2009||“I’m Not Afraid”||6||–||–||7|
|2011||“State of Mind”||–||–||–||–|
|2014||“I’m Not Afraid ’14”||–||–||–||–|
|2008||New 80s Musik||199||64||99|
|2006||What You Said To Me… EP ||136|
|2011||Everything I Want To Be||–|
 Recorded under the name Hun
 Released under the name Lucien