Steve Lacy was joined by Thundercat for a soulful rendition of his hit, “Bad Habit,” at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards Sunday night. Dressed head-to-toe in a black Saint Laurent look by Anthony Vaccarello, Lacy rocked the stage with his soothing vocals and guitar. The 24-year-old singer even took a moment to go a cappella, putting his vocal range on display.
Thundercat also got his moment, showing off his skills on the bass while Lacy continued to sing.
It appears that Lacy also had a fan in Taylor Swift as well, with the “Anti-Hero” singer taking to her feet to dance to the track off Lacy’s GRAMMY-winning album, Gemini Rights. The performance elicited a tear from Lacy’s mom, who joined him on the red carpet ahead of the show.
Lacy took home the trophy for Best Progressive R&B Album for Gemini Rights, marking his first-ever GRAMMY win.
Before his big win and epic performance, Lacy hit the red carpet in style, again opting for an all-black look, rocking a blazer and matching pants, black shades and a sparkling broach that matched the white tips of his boots. Lacy’s mother rocked a similar style, matching her son in a black suit.
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Source: ET Online