Soul singers Lucky Daye and Leon Bridges serenaded viewers with a performance of “All About You” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Wednesday night.
“So much fun,” tweeted Daye after the performance.
Daye and Bridges were supported by a live band and purple and blue neon colors that were projected on a screen behind them to set the mood for their seductive lyrics.
“I met you in Atlanta/Sweet like purple Fanta/You know I’m a fan of you, baby,” sings Bridges on the track. Daye follows up on his verse with: “I met her in New Orleans/Instantly you got me fallin’/And you know I’d do a crime for you, baby.”
Lucky Daye is known to lend his smooth vocals to a number of tracks including Compton rapper Buddy‘s seductive track, “Faces,” Kiana Lede‘s “Forfeit,” Kehlani‘s “Can You Blame Me,” and “Dream,” a track from Queen Naija‘s debut album, Misunderstood.
Daye also co-wrote on Zayn Malik’s comeback single “Better.” Earlier this year, the New Orleans native dropped the deluxe edition of his Grammy-nominated album, Painted.
By Rachel George
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