Caye is a talented performer, producer, and composer who has an evocative falsetto and a penchant for melodic improvisation. Caye is a multi-instrumentalist.
Since bursting onto the scene in 2015, he has been rapidly earning followers throughout the United States and across the globe, and his base of operations is in Santa Monica.
Caye has created a style that is unmistakably his own, which defies categorization by incorporating elements of jazz, hip hop, calypso, and reggae into his classically-based musical background.
Caye makes music that is both engaging and technically challenging. He draws inspiration for his work from the uninhibited creativity of Bon Iver, the rhythms that moved people’s souls in Bob Marley’s music, and the lyrical brilliance of Kanye West.
Caye has always felt at home behind the console, and he started out by rapping over his own beats, which finally earned him a feature from Wiz Khalifa on his hit “Easy.” Caye has always felt at home behind the console.
Caye developed his vocal control, range, and his characteristic falsetto throughout the course of his career, and as a result, bars eventually gave way to choruses and verses in his songs.
Caye has produced all of his own recordings, but he has also worked as a producer for other artists such as Alessia Cara, Meghan Trainor, and Abhi the Nomad. This has allowed him to develop his style even more.
The song “Some Lakes” is a love ballad that is about me meeting the woman who would become my girlfriend in Israel. Walking down a busy beach and swimming in the water, oblivious to the crowds of people surrounding them and just paying attention to each other.
Love is a powerful emotion, and when it’s there, it enables one to see an abundance of everything else. When it is depleted, the world, as well as our sources of motivation, come to a standstill.