Alternative artist Blasé Lux has released his latest single, “Find Myself.” A reflective and introspective masterpiece about mental health struggles and self-discovery. The track is filled with deep chords and an almost silky-sounding lead synth, creating an atmosphere of traveling through life.
Blasé Lux, a Long Island, NY, native, is a multi-disciplined singer, songwriter, and producer known for his DIY-style electronic drum beats, funky synths, and deep chords. His father introduced him to music at a young age, and he began producing music at 12 years old using GarageBand.
After years of working solo, Blase met Chrissy Minajj in 2016 and helped co-found the 9600 collective in 2019. Blasé has since focused on producing beats for other artists, including Deem Spencer, Coach Wave, Chrissy Minajj, and James Droptop.
“Find Myself” is the first single from Blasé Lux’s upcoming solo project, “The Escape Theory,” which he wrote and produced entirely. With his unique sound and style, Blasé Lux is an artist to watch in alternative music.