It’s an understatement to say Lyfe Harris is a talented artist. As DATA-X states “he is one of the pioneers of that 2014/2015 Future R&B Wave”. Lyfe dominated the Future R&B lane along with artists like Roy Woods, TYuS and Bryson Tiller at the time. Fast forward to 2020 and he brings his seasoned and ultra well-rounded mastery of the genre with him as he sets the tone for what his fans can expect from him this year. He is gearing up to release his EP at the end of April with another video dropping soon but until then his latest music should keep the viewers on their toes.
Lyfe Harris starts the years off right with torrid, ultra slap-worthy new music. Following up on his first release of 2020 “Don’t Panic” with a new song titled “Decisions”. The BatmanOnTheBeatz and Sledgren-produced track receives a video treatment to compliment the hard-hitting song. Shot by Stop Sign Production and directed by Woozie World. The video brings Lyfe Harris’ obvious decisions to life. The clip is set in the night time with plenty of lights to illuminate the motel in the back drop as Lyfe confidently performs the song. He’s very upfront about his sound in conversation with RESPECT:
“My sound is airy, R&B with dark undertones and textures. I like anything with a melody I can convey and be more creative that way.”
Lyfe Harris’ reverence in contemporary conversations of trap soul authenticates through “Decisions” which boasts a lux lifestyle with lines like “you look way too good to be dining in, i got you out in the latest Mercedes Benz” – the song in its obvious frame is for sophisticated women who enjoy a certain design attention to their daily persona. 2020 should be a lot of fun if it’s gonna sound like this.
Watch the video below.
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