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Dollar General employee Lucas Holliday became an overnight success after he was filmed singing a classic Maxwell track and now, his name is flying all around the Internet.

As previously reported, Holliday was doing his day-to-day duties at the General in Lansing, Michigan, when a customer shot cell phone footage of Lucas belting out Maxwell’s “Ascension.” The video quickly went viral and now, Holliday will be joining Maxwell during is show in Detroit on Friday.

HipHollywood caught up with a store manager at the Dollar General, who revealed that Holliday is a “humble, nice kid” who “sings wonderfully.” According to the manger, the Lansing native has worked there for “years” and is always blessing people with his magical vocals.

As for possibly losing the cashier to a major record deal, the manager tells us exclusively that she “couldn’t be happier for him” and that she “wants Lucas to succeed.”

In the video, making its way around every single social media platform, Holliday can be seen scanning groceries while sharing his soulful voice.

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  1. Nurse Deb

    November 14, 2016 at 4:44 PM

    This is something that Maxwell WOULD do! He absolutely LOVES and appreciates his fans. He’s as humble as apple pie. So happy for Lucas’s rise to stardom! My only words of advice; “stay humble bro- stay humble”

  2. Sonya Washington

    November 15, 2016 at 5:39 AM

    I can’t stop watching the video he had a beautiful voice I would buy his CD today thanks Mr.Holiday for sharing that talent.

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