Based in Ocean Beach, Luci Lampe is a recording artist, entertainer, author, coach, and founder of the Sexy Mama Movement. Her writing has been featured on the Huffington Post, Forbes, and Entrepreneur.com. Originally from Lima, Peru, she grew up in the southern and midwestern U.S., attending college in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her debut EP Live It Up was released in 2010, while living in Nashville, Tennessee, where her husband was deployed in the Air Force. After relocating to L.A., the songs from this EP, along with a music video to the song “Save the World,” landed her a Hollywood Music in Media Award, a Los Angeles Music Award, and three Indie Music Channel Awards.
In 2011, she participated in season one of the X Factor USA, followed the next year by her sophomore EP, Grown Up. The next few years found her moving away from musical pursuits, to instead work as a commercial actress and model, while coaching women in fitness, life, and business.
When her album Bare was released in 2019, the mother of four was living in Ocean Beach. "Bare is my personal declaration of freedom and courage after an almost seven year hiatus from the music industry, during which I had two more kids, healed from an autoimmune disorder, and overcame the hell our family went through with my husband's two year disability and depression. This is the most raw, real, sexy, empowering, and vulnerable music I’ve ever written."
Two songs from her summer 2019 album Bare scored World Songwriting Awards, with “New Normal” (produced by Wendell Henry) winning Best Pop Song, and the “Culebra" video (song produced by Wendell Henry and video directed by Abdallah Seoud) earning a Best Music Video trophy.
A new album called Unleashed was released in 2020.