Lafleur has worked with the likes of James Fauntelroy and T-Pain. Saint Heron included a Lafleur number alongside tracks from artists who have done well this year: Jhene Aiko -- who released her major-label debut album in September -- and Sampha, who was a frequently-featured vocalist on SBTRKT's Wonder Where We Land.
Lafleur's "405" partner in crime, Ro James, helped write "Use Me," which appeared on Miguel's acclaimed Kaleidescope Dream album. James has also collborated with Snoop Dog.
Lafleur has been busy lately. Last month, she released "You Know I'm Down," and promises more songs to come in 2015.