Making waves as a member of the Internet, Steve Lacy sought out his potential and achieved a resume some artists dream of, all before the age of 21. Sure producing for the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Andre 3000, Tyler The Creator, Mac Miller, among others is impressive, creating productions off of his iPhone is even more impressive, but a developed artistry and being genuinely refreshing and smooth artistry is what sets himself apart from every other indie-r&b star.
Just shy off of a year from his debut album, Apollo XXI, as well as the epic Steve Lacy’s Demo, Lacy is as simple as he as unique, carrying his vocal abilities onto instrumentation that is funky and raw, particularly “Dark Red” and his work on Ravyn Lenae’s “Sticky”. Prepare for the greatness of Steve Lacy, as he’s undeniably one of the artists to watch, as each year he proves he has the capability to be even greater than he already was.
In anticipation for his upcoming project, ‘The Lo-Fis’, check out the Steve Lacy production tape. A collection of notable songs produced by Steve Lacy himself
Laced by Lacy: The Steve Lacy Production Tape:
“Palace” / “Curse” featuring Tyler, The Creator & Steve Lacy - The Internet, Ego Death
“If Tomorrow’s Not Here” featuring Twelve’Len - Denzel Curry, Imperial
“Silkk da Shocka” featuring Syd - Isaiah Rashad, The Sun’s Tirade
“Folding Clothes” - J. Cole, 4 Your Eyez Only
“Found Me Some Acid Tonight” featuring Steve Lacy - Matt Martians, The Drum Chord Theory
“All About Me” - Syd, Fin
“Some Girl” featuring Steve Lacy - Goldlink, At What Cost
“Pride” - Kendrick Lamar, DAMN
“Sticky” - Ravyn Lenae, Crush
“Just A Stranger” featuring Steve Lacy - Kali Uchis, Isolation
“Roll (Burbank Funk)” - The Internet, Hive Mind
“Jet Fuel” - Mac Miller, Swimming
“My Skin My Logo” - Solange, When I Get Home
“Sunflower” featuring Steve Lacy - Vampire Weekend, Father of the Bride
You can also stream Steve Lacy produced hits on the CTRL Ego Death Playlist. A neo-soul, psychedelic inspired collection of tunes.