With a #1 hit in the country, the “Bad Habit” singer/producer, Steve Lacy, came and completely bodied The Filmore stage. The Detroit venue was sold out and had a long line of people wrapped around the building, waiting to hear the popular artist. Center stage stood a large reflective Gemini symbol as the crowd waited in anticipation. The show started with singer, Foushee, who was also featured on Steve’s new sophomore album, Gemini Rights. She displayed so much range vocally and within her music genres as well. From singing upbeat pop-rock songs to singing soulful melodies, Foushee put on a great opening performance, nearly shattering the glass in the building with her voice.
After some time from Foushee’s set, it was time for Steve to perform. His set was amazing from start to finish. Starting with a few songs from Gemini Rights, Steve came out singing “Buttons” wearing a replica of his outfit from the “Mercury” music video. His voice and guitar playing was so raw as he ripped through the crowd with every note he sang and played. After playing a few songs from his newest album, he began playing songs from his debut album, Apollo XXI. The crowd sang every last word. Even when he played songs from his sophomore album, It seemed as if the crowd knew every lyric to all the songs he played, and their voices radiated throughout the venue along with his.
Overall, this was one of the best performances I’ve seen in awhile. The energy and vibes was at an all time high and both acts put on one hell of a show for fans to never forget.
Photo & Review by: William Smith