Alternative R&B musician and singer Steve Lacy emerged in 2014, making his recording debut on group the Internet's 2015 album, Ego Death. The album earned Lacy his first Grammy nomination, make him one of only a few musicians to earn a Grammy nod while still in high school. Lacy has since gone on to work with his band mates on their solo releases, and has established himself as a highly sought-after collaborator across a variety of genres. Among his many highlights, Lacy has contributed to such hit tracks as J. Cole's "Foldin' Clothes," Kendrick Lamar's "PRIDE," Tyler, the Creator's "911/Mr.. Lonely," and Vampire Weekend's "Sunflower." He has also released a handful of solo works, including the EP-length song series Steve Lacy's Demo (2017) and the full-length Apollo XXI (2019).
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