Steve Lacy is a popular American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. He came to fame as the guitarist of the band the Internet, with the alternative R&B. In 2017, Steve released his self-produced debut EP titled Steve Lacy’s Demo. Further, he was featured with Frank Ocean on the single “911 / Mr. Lonely” by Tyler, the Creator.
Steve’s debut studio album released in 2019, Apollo XXI (2019), gained him a nomination at the Annual Grammy Awards (62nd ) for Best Urban Contemporary Album. That same year he was featured on the single “Sunflower” by Vampire Weekend. Further, Steve has also collaborated with Calvin Harris on “Live Without Your Love,” which gained him a chart entry in the UK.
Steve’s second studio album, released in 2022, is Gemini Rights, which peaked within the top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart. The album’s “Bad Habit” single reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Steve Lacy Didn’t Apologize for Destroying a Camera After One Hit Onstage
In New Orleans on 24th October, Steve Lacy cut his set short at a concert after a fan threw a disposable camera onstage at him. This incident happened while performing an album’s single, ‘Bad Habit.’
Steve was hit by the object, which reacted him to tell the crowd: “Don’t throw shit on my fucking stage, please!” Further, he walked up to a fan holding a camera phone in front of the crowd and asked them to hand it over before he threw it at the ground.
He also added, “Yeah, that’s it,” before leaving the stage, he shouted, “Peace.” Steve did not return to perform ‘Dark Red’ and ‘C U Girl’ for the encore.
After the incident, Steve addressed his actions in a statement, and NME contacted Steve’s publicist for further comment.
Meanwhile, in December, Steve will release his recent solo album ‘Gemini Rights’ in Europe and the UK.
On 11th December, The ‘Give You The World’ tour will begin in London with a show at the Roundhouse (Camden). Further, shows are scheduled in Amsterdam (14th December at Melkweg), Paris (16th December at Trianon), and Berlin (19th December at Metropol).
Steve secured his first place on one single on the Billboard Hot 100 with ‘Bad Habit.’
Steve Lacy Early Life:
|Full Real Name||Steve Thomas Lacy-Moya|
|Profession||Singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer|
|Date Of Birth||May 23rd, 1998|
|Age||24 years old|
|Year Of Birth||1998|
Steve Thomas Lacy-Moya was born on 23rd May 1998 in Compton, California, United States. His ethnicity is African-American-Filipino. Steve currently resides in Los Angeles.
When he was 7, Steve first showed keen interest in the guitar. Further, he met Jameel Bruner (his future bandmate in The Internet) in his high school jazz band. Steve wrote and performed his first-ever songs on his mobile, using an iRig guitar plug-in.
Steve Lacy Family Background:
|Sisters||Maya and Leslie|
Steve was born to Valerie Lacy and Thomas Moya. His mother raised him, as his father died when Steve was 10. They didn’t live together, and his father would only come to see him on special occasions.
Steve grew up with two sisters named Maya and Leslie.
Steve Lacy Education:
|High School||Washington Preparatory High School|
Steve attended Washington Preparatory High School and later moved to a private school.
Steve Lacy Physical stats:
|Weight In Kg||70Kg|
|Height In Feet||6 feet 1 inch|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
Steve Lacy stands at 6 ft 1 inch tall and weighs around 70 kg. He has curly black hair and dark brown colored eyes. Steve’s distinctive features include a Lean body and Multiple tattoos, including a matching tattoo with Lil Uzi Vert and Ye.
Steve Lacy Birth Signs:
|Birth Sign Duality||Assertive|
|Birth Sign Modality||Mutable|
Steve is currently 24, and his zodiac sign is Gemini; according to astrologers, Gemini is expressive and quick-witted. They are also sociable, ready for fun, and communicative. Steve’s birth flower is the Lily Of The Valley and Hawthorn; his birth sign duality is Assertive, and his birth sign modality is Mutable.
According to the Chinese Zodiac sign, Steve is born in the Tiger Year. These year-born people are authoritative, have strong leadership qualities, are self-possessed, ambitious, courageous, warm-hearted, charming, and highly seductive.
Steve Lacy’s Net worth:
|Net Worth||$35 million|
Steve’s estimated networth is $35 million, earning around $500 thousand as a salary annually. His main source of income is as a musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer.
Steve Lacy Relationship Status:
In 2017, Steve came out as bisexual. He has kept his private life away from the media, so it’s hard to say whether he’s single or committed.
Steve Lacy Career:
In 2013, Steve became a producer of the Internet’s third studio album, Ego Death, and contributed to producing 8 tracks. The album was nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album at the Annual Grammy Awards (58th). He also appeared in The Drum Chord Theory and Fin (Syd’s album). Later, it was announced that the Internet band members would release solo projects. Steve began producing songs for Denzel Curry, Twenty88, Isaiah Rashad, GoldLink, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole. In particular, he produced the song “Pride” from the album Damn and made 2 guest appearances on the Vampire Weekend rock band album Father of the Bride.
On 17th February 2017, Steve Lacy’s Demo was released. Steve once again created most of the songs on his mobile by producing the guitar and bass arrangements and singing his vocals directly into its built-in microphone. Further, Steve programmed the drum patterns in Ableton Live, and in the same year, he co-wrote and produced Ravyn Lenae’s album single, Crush, which was released in February 2018. He reunited with the band to work on their album Hive Mind, released in July 2018. Steve went on to produce for Solange on the album Isolation Kali Uchis.
In 2018, Steve also produced for rapper YG, and he began using mechanic devices other than his phone to produce music. Later, in March 2019, he was credited for producing 2 tracks on Solange’s album When I Get Home. Steve was also featured on the Vampire Weekend song “Sunflower” and appeared in its video. In April, he released from his debut album Apollo XXI the single “N Side.” In May 2019, he released 2 more singles, “Hate CD” and “Playground.” At the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, the album was nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album, Steve’s first Grammy nomination as a solo artist.
On 4th December 2020, Steve released a compilation album of his early work named The Lo-Fis. The single from the album titled “Mercury” was released with a music video on 16th June 2022. On 15th July 2022, his second studio album, titled Gemini Rights, was released.
Steve Lacy Social Appearance:
On Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, Steve has more than 3M, 12K, and 1.9K followers, respectively. He has an amazing collection of pictures posted on these social media accounts. Further, on Youtube, he has more than 714K subscribers.