A Soulful Artist with Heart, Steve Lacy, Sells Out Warehouse Live in Minutes

Written by on October 10, 2022

Steve Lacy and Fousheé get ready to bring the heat to Warehouse Live!

Steve Lacy and Fousheé are coming to Houston to play at Warehouse Live on October 25th, 2022! With his new hit album, Gemini Rights, people are eager for this eventful night. Although tickets have sold out at the venue, tickets are still being resold. Since Steve Lacy sold out Warehouse Live in less than thirty minutes after his album release, it’s best to go snag one before they’re all gone!

Fousheé will join Steve Lacy at the show. Her latest album, Time Machine was released on June 4th, 2021. Her most recent single, “i’m fine” is unique and different as I’ve never heard anything like it, it’s calm but has sudden bursts of punk rock throughout the song. You should check Fousheé’s stuff out as she’s very talented! Fousheé collaborated with Lacy, in their song, “Sunshine“. The anticipation of the show here in Houston is building up to be one night of great music and energy! This will be a night to remember.

Scott Dudelson, courtesy of Grammy Awards

Steve Lacy has been in the music industry for quite some time, but his recent album, Gemini Rights, has given him the recognition he’s been destined to receive. Lacy’s song “Bad Habit” has found its way through social media trends on both TikTok and Instagram. Many videos featuring this song have gone viral, giving his new album a lot of traction.

Steve Lacy has worked with other well-known artists such as Kendrick Lamar, The Internet, Tyler, the Creator, Frank Ocean and numerous more. Lacy first started to create beats and produce songs through GarageBand on his phone. That’s one creative way to start off a successful music career! His work is living proof that you don’t need top-notch equipment to make quality work.

Steve Lacy’s album art for Gemini Rights

Bad Habit” has reached many listeners and landed him in the number two spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Since the July release of, Gemini Rights, the album has gained a lot of attention from people all over the country. Making Steve Lacy shows the most desirable event of the year with people wanting to desperately see him perform live.

More especially the day one fans who have been following Steve Lacy since his beginning R&B solo projects such as The Lo-Fi’s, Steve Lacy’s Demo – EP and Apollo XXl. Other popular songs on his Gemini Rights album include, “Mercury”, “Sunshine” feat. Fousheé and “Give You the World”.

Julian Klincewicz, courtesy of Billboard

Lacy has a video with TEDx Teen, where he talks about his process of figuring out his recording process. He explains that when he first started out, he was placed in a recording studio room surrounded by recording equipment. However, he states that he ended up making his first ever solo project, Steve Lacy’s Demo – EP on his phone with GarageBand. Lacy ends the talk with, “I didn’t need what I thought I did. That’s what I like to call the bare maximum.”

Steve Lacy is a huge inspiration for young music artists across the nation that think they need the best equipment to record their own music, but that is not always the case. It’s the producer behind the equipment that helps makes the music great. You don’t need the best equipment; you can work with what’s within your reach and make the next big thing! Once again, Steve Lacy is serving as a prime example of this method!

Steve Lacy in the studio, courtesy of DIY Magazine

Steve Lacy and Fousheé will be performing at Warehouse Live on October 25th. Tickets are being re-sold right now, so get one before they’re all gone. You never know when you’ll get the next chance to see Steve Lacy live; don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Get your tickets now!

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