Garzón-Montano’s ability to execute a wide range of musical styles is his secret weapon – and so it is no wonder he bristles at the prospect of settling into any one genre. “Genre has never been a consideration,” he says. “The idea of genre uses fear of failure as a baseline. Genre puts the music in a box.” After debuting three new tracks with an iconic COLORS performance, we see this more than ever- Whether it's being the debonair leading man, the wistful impressionist, and the Latino Urbano hitmaker.
In this life, a first-generation American, born in Brooklyn to French and Colombian parents, can weave tapestries of sound that defies genre. Where big brujo energy means blunts and 3 inch heels; it means Appolonia’s hands around you from the back of that motorcycle; it means nueva cancion, and reggaeton; it means the rabid, joyful individualism of funk – of oneness – of the one. (Yeah, in this life - you’re on your own.)