Lindsay Lucas, a quadruple threat in the music industry—vocalist, producer, MC, and songwriter—stands tall among the latter. Her artistic prowess has been the driving force behind the iconic samples used by acclaimed artists such as French Montana, Russ, JAY ELECTRONICA, A$AP Twelvyy, EST Gee, Roc Marciano, and more.
Lindsay Lucas: A Musical Fusion Maestro
Lindsay Lucas is more than just a name; she is the voice and pen behind a unique sonic fusion that seamlessly blends the ‘old’ with the ‘new.’ Rooted in R&B, Lucas’s music is a celebration of nostalgia and contemporary influences. Her smooth-but-smoky vocals, coupled with rich lyricism, create a soulful sound that transcends genres. Elements of hip-hop, reggae, and a touch of everything in between are expertly woven into the fabric of her musical creations.
As a quadruple threat, Lucas brings a multidimensional approach to her craft. From live vocal production with ethereal dynamics to retro rhythms and analog sound design, every layer of her music tells a story. It’s a story that speaks not only of her individual journey but also of a broader narrative, bridging the gap between the roots of music and its ever-evolving branches.
Lindsay Lucas’s Latest Musical Offering: “twentyfourseven”
In her latest release, “twentyfourseven,” Lindsay Lucas collaborates with renowned producer Chris Keys (known for his work with Lizzo and Quelle Chris) to deliver a sonic masterpiece. The track, the third single from the Alternative R&B artist, takes inspiration from dane.zone’s ‘Felt Piano’ instrument.
The soundscape of “twentyfourseven” is a lush tapestry of ornamented piano, warm bass, romantic strings, majestic horns, and dreamy electric guitar. What sets it apart is the intentional omission of drums, creating a unique atmosphere. Lucas, true to her form, paints this canvas with soft yet rhythmic sing-rapping, creating an intimate experience for the listener. The lyrics serve as a whispered ode, expressing the desire to live ’24/7′ in the reverie of beautiful times with a lover.