Los Angeles-based R&B / progressive pop artist KYLE LUX recently released his first single of 2021, the aptly titled “I Went Out” which was featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist, among others. The song sees him leaning into the dance influences that he’s discovered since quarantine started. As a new fan of house music and a longtime lover of funk, Kyle plans to continue in this new, lighter direction. Today, he also shares the raucous video for the single. As the world returns to normal, “I Went Out” and it’s accompanying video — which he co-directed with Nick Scully — celebrate going out and being with friends again.
Celebrating Pride this month, Kyle recently collaborated with multi-brand luxury retailer The Webster, giving fans a masterclass on dressing for post-pandemic partying. Watch Kyle feel all sorts of good as he performs “I Went Out” at their LA store HERE.
Born and raised in South Carolina, was a momma’s boy, and his momma sat in the choir, so he sat in the choir. It was there where he’d find his voice and establish his connection as a spiritual one. Kyle released his first song, “Rollin’ Stone,” in 2019 and has amassed over 7 million plays across streaming platforms to-date. His debut EP, No Roof Access, followed later that year, establishing him more in the contemporary R&B space. His sophomore EP, Projectors, followed in 2020 with songs like “Are You in Love?,” generating over 4 million plays across streaming platforms.