In 1987, he moved to the capital city Dakar, and enrolled at the University Check Anta Diop of Dakar (UCAD), as an English student. Despite his busy schedule, he created the first UCAD band while pursuing his musical ambitions. In 1988, he joined "Les Ballets Africains" of the well-known Zinzou.
In 1990, he attended the "Douta Seck National Conservatory of Music, Dance and Drama". For four years, he conducted extensive studies on the dances and music of the different ethnic groups in Senegal and took courses in balafon, kora, sabar and djembe. In 1991, he was an active member of the university's UCAD theater group, led by Ousmane Diakhate, now director of the Senegalese National Theater (Daniel Sorano). To refine his dance skills, he joined Le "Ballet Kouyakou", and the "African Dance Company" of Ahmed Kounta and Maissa Thioub, well-known masters of drums. In 1992, Lucky traveled to Italy where he shared the stage with the UCAD Theater and the "Sing-Sing Rhythm" during the new year’s celebration in Rome. Their performance was such a great success they were contracted for another show the following year.
During the 1992-1993 school year, he taught African drumming in "Cours Sainte Marie De Hann", one of the most reputable schools in Dakar. In 1993, he was assigned as the leader of "The Senegalese YMCA Cultural" program. He led performances during YMCA’s sponsored events throughout the Milwaukee area. In 1994, he earned his degree in Traditional African Music from the "Douta Seck National Conservatory of Music, Dance and Drama" in Dakar. In 1994, Lucky was given the opportunity through the YMCA International Exchange Program to continue his commitment to teaching African music in the U.S.A.. He opted to settle in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he is highly involved with the community and organizations committed to youth development. He has been performing and teaching traditional west African expressions of cultural values through drums, songs and dances. In 1996, he performed at the Epcot Center of Disney World in Florida for five days. In 1996, he performed 3 tracks as part of Narada's "African Voices" CD.
Upon his arrival in Milwaukee, Lucky wasted no time connecting with the community and youth organizations. His commitment to the wellbeing of children and the passion he exuberate for his Senegalese roots, are highly visible throughout his relationship with the following organizations: Boys and Girls Club, Parklawn YMCA, Carroll College, Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, Girls Scouts, International Institute of Milwaukee, Ko-Thi Dance Company, Marquette University, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Milwaukee Public schools, Nefetari Dance Company, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Alliance Francaise, Summerfest, African World Festival, Rainbow Summer and Milwaukee Public Theater.
In 1998, lucky formed "Ajula", a youth African Drum and Dance ensemble. The word "Ajula" derives from the Diola language and it means "let's do it", "let's make it happen". With the co-sponsorship of the Milwaukee Public Theater and the Parklawn YMCA. "Ajula" became the first and the only professional youth African Drum and Dance group in Milwaukee. The performers are paid for each show and even rehearsals sometimes.
In 2003, Lucky created a new group called "Kassumai". "Kassumai" in the Diola tribe means, "May peace be with you". The troupe is Milwaukee's first professional youth troupe that plays traditional and modern African music, Afro-Jazz, Afro Hip-Hop, and World Music. "Kassumai"'s mission is to share the spirit of peace, love and unity wherever it performs. In 2003, Lucky released a new album titled "Kassumai Casamance" which means "Peace in Casamance". In 2004, Lucky started exposing his music and his troupe to other states in the USA. On March 20 2004, they did a very impressive show at "Satalla Night Club" in New-York City.