Boston-raised, LA-based rapper, producer and singer-songwriter Caye debuts his new single “Easy” featuring Wiz Khalifa today via Complex. The track was written by Caye with co-writer DAWGUS, who also produced the track. “Easy” marks the first track released off of Caye’s debut album Pink Tree Paradise which is set for release on June 1st via Big Picnic Records. Click HERE to listen!
Caye said of the song: “Easy is about that one person in your life who makes you feel like nothing else matters. I was in love with a girl that understood me on a deeper level and made me feel and want things that I had never experienced. Even though we’re not together anymore, every time I see her I’m reminded of what we once shared. After my producer and I wrote ‘Easy,’ we met up with Wiz in a studio in LA and played him the track. When he told me that he wanted to be on the second verse, it was a truly surreal experience because I grew up listening to Wiz and now he is featured on one of my own songs.”
Born and raised in Boston, Caye is a talented multi-instrumentalist, rapper, singer-songwriter and producer. He has combined a multitude of genres, from jazz to hip-hop and everything in between, with his skills on the drums, steel pan and piano, which has set the stage for the essence of his music: smooth verses and seductive production.
Caye entered USC Thornton School of Music’s Pop Music Program during the Fall of 2016 and quickly created a buzz for himself. During this time, he has built up a loyal student fan base that helped catapult his 2016 break-through self-produced single “Coma” to over 5 million streams. After selling out hometown venues such as Boston’s Sonia and Brighton City Music Hall, he signed with powerhouse talent agency Paradigm. He performed last summer at Briggs Fest in Boston, MA, followed by this past fall’s Superfly Lost Lakes Festival in Phoenix, AZ and is currently boasting over 150K Spotify listeners per month.
Check out the song below.
Caye’s 2018 TOUR DATES
March 22 The Signal Chattanooga, TN
March 25 Delmar Hall St. Louis, MO
March 27 Bluebird Theater Denver, CO
March 30 Neptune Seattle, WA
March 31 Hawthorne Theater Portland, OR
April 3 Ace of Spades Sacramento, CA
April 4 Slim’s San Francisco, CA
April 7 The Roxy Theatre West Hollywood, CA
April 8 House of Blues San Diego, CA
April 9 Club Red Mesa, AZ
April 11 Emo’s Austin, TX
April 13 House of Blues Houston, TX
April 14 Canton Hall Dallas, TX