Watch the video for Steve Lacy's new solo track, "Some"

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words by Evan Winter

Steve Lacy may be young, but he's already proving himself quite the artist. The 18-year-old Internet guitarist, singer and producer just released "Some," a groovy solo track with an accompanying video, taken from his upcoming project Steve Lacy's Demo.

The video shows Lacy in pursuit of a prom date, standing outside her house with rose petals and an electric guitar as he gently sings, "Baby, can I have some of your love?" But before she gets to the door, the nerves get the better of him. He darts off on his bike, and the sweet story takes a dramatic turn.

In addition to a few loose solo tracks on Soundcloud, the California teen has collaborated on notable tracks like "Only Girl" by Kali Uchis, Vince Staples and Kaytranada, Denzel Curry's "If Tomorrow's Not Here," and Big Sean and Jhene Aiko's "Selfish". 

Check out the "Some" video below.