Meet Lewy, an incredibly gifted lyricist with a vocal range reminiscent of the 90’s R&B era.
Nearly one year after the release of Lewy’s second Album (Through My Eyes), the 26-year old Los Angeles native is back with his first music video of 2018. Directed by Rich Bella, “Baila” is the embodiment of Lewy’s Cuban-American culture. It is also a genuine expression of his love for his friends and family. “This music video is about coming together, regardless of culture. You don’t need a lot of things. You just need simple things. I just wanted to bring my family together because those are the people that are there with me no matter what,” said Lewy.
“Family, love, and loyalty. Those three fundamentals are what drive this Cuban American artist to perfect his craft “. Lewy’s blend of soulful melodies and powerful lyrics produces art that tells a story.
Growing up in Southern California, Lewy started rapping and writing his own lyrics at a young age. Music acted as an escape and source of healing from everyday life. Coming from a broken home and navigating through some rough relationships, Lewy uses love and past experiences as his muse for his artistry.
Baila is the second single from a series of Summer releases that Lewy has termed “Graduation Season.” This track features production from his long time music collaborator, Anthony “Sound Boi” Reeder. Check out his latest video for “Baila” and follow Lewy on Soundcloud, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube for all of his latest music.