23-year-old Singer/ Songwriter Austin Lam is finding his place as one of this generation's most unforgettable voices. Since his debut project “Neon Sunset”, Austin keeps finding his way back into the limelight. His debut project captured the attention of fans and artist a-like, eventually landing him a feature on Ski Mask the Slumpgod’s much anticipated album Stokeley. ( Save me Pt. 2). Austin has captured the attention of a young generation of music enthusiasts eager for a new sound. The Atlanta, Georgia native’s lushly emotive style of alt-R&B, though experimental in spirit, also pays homage to soulful traditions set forth by iconic singers like Marvin Gaye. In fact, Austin counts the Motown legend amongst his strongest influences, crafting lyrics that encompass the timelessly poetic ethos of an older generation of crooners. A self-described loner, Austin immersed himself in music at an early age with the help of his father, a longtime musician and perennial member of local bands. After taking up the guitar at the age of six, the young Austin gained visibility through various stints in reggae and punk rock bands. It wasn’t until after high school graduation he began seriously laying the groundwork to make music a full-time career. While many of his friends embarked on more traditional journeys, Austin landed at The School of Audio Engineering where he received a degree, along with enough equipment to build an at-home studio. Focused on building his identity through music.