Delacey is a rising LA-based singer and chart-topping songwriter from Orange County. Not too long ago, she released an appealing visualizer for her “Black Coffee” single, via Delicate Flower.
Delacey – “Black Coffee” music video
“I wanna waste my love on you. What a silly thing to do, you’re much prettier than me. Sweetest things come off your lips makes me wanna be your b*tch, in a theater on my knees. Yeah, you know I like to drink black coffee ’cause I’m way too dark for milk.” – lyrics
‘Black Coffee’ tells a heartfelt tale of a bitter young woman who shares a challenging relationship with her significant other. Apparently, she’s still carrying baggage from her past relationship with her ex-boyfriend.
Furthermore, “Black Cofee” contains a relatable narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses vibrant instrumentation scented with an alternative pop aroma.
Delacey’s is signed to legendary hitmaker L.A. Reid’s HITCO label in partnership with her own label, Delicate Flower. Her musical inspirations include Billie Holiday and Stevie Nicks. So far, she has co-written songs like Halsey’s “Without Me”, which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Also, she penned tunes for Demi Lovato, Zara Larsson, The Chainsmokers, Anne-Marie, and more.
Furthermore, “Black Coffee” is the title track from Delacey’s debut album. The 13-track project finds the singer spilling her heart without inhibition, and speaking the truth about love, sex, fear, and strength.
“Careful if you fall in love, then it’s gon’ be a consequence. We keep going it’s no turning back, it ain’t no stopping us. Had you at, ‘I’m Gerald, what’s your name?’ Burning in a flame, a little fling you turn into a game. And since we started f**king, it’s never been the same. The idea of stopping, I can’t even entertain. You driving me insane, craziest I met. Drinking champagne, we started f**king on a jet. Took you to the Mile High, then we start to sweat. I got you in a bag but you still play hard to get.” – lyrics
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