Colby Lafayette Steps Into His Rockstar Persona on  "BEST GUY"

image

Beginning as just an alter ego, the LA-based artist known professionally as Colby Lafayette now embodies the rockstar persona he once dreamed of. With a dark and grungy aesthetic, Lafayette has little regard for categorization and chooses to make music in his own unorthodox style. Taking influence from hip-hop and classic rock, Lafayette is paving his own lane. His SO BAD EP is a testament to this disregard.  

Now with SO BAD behind him, Lafayette is exploring new vices on his single  "BEST GUY." The track is Lafayette's most lyrically focused with the song centering around the essence of a woman as well as a dejected self reflection.  "BEST GUY" hones similar influences, but the production is slowed, moody, and ominous. Lafayette's vocal performance perfectly matches the emotive and subdued nature of the track, which effectively pulls the listener into the concept of the track.

Colby Lafayette continues to impress listeners and showcase his own versatility.  "BEST GUY" is an incredible follow up to his previous work and a clear beginning towards something new that Lafayette is steadily building.  

Listen to  "BEST GUY" by Colby Lafayette below:

Related Articles

kate the dreamer Grapples With the Scars of Past Heartbreak in "familiar feeling"

kate the dreamer Grapples With the Scars of Past Heartbreak in "familiar feeling"

August 4, 2022 “familiar feeling” feels like a secret kate the dreamer is finally sharing with the world.
Author: Giselle Libby
pop
Fran Vasilić Plots a Course For Your Chaotic 20s in 'The Very Last Thoughts on Earth'

Fran Vasilić Plots a Course For Your Chaotic 20s in 'The Very Last Thoughts on Earth'

August 4, 2022 "I remember feeling so confused about so many things and thinking that any mistake I make will be 'the end of the world.'"
Author: Chloe Liz
93FEETOFSMOKE Unleashes 'GOODGRIEF' a Tale of Resurfacing After Sorrow

93FEETOFSMOKE Unleashes 'GOODGRIEF' a Tale of Resurfacing After Sorrow

August 4, 2022 “My grandma used to always say, ‘Oh Jiminy Cricket,' good grief. It’s an ode to her. It’s nostalgic."
Author: Chloe Liz
emo