Bryce Vine presents a genre-bending, East-meets-West sound all his own, drawn in equal parts from the bass-heavy reality rap influence of his father, the bright, pop sensibility of his mother, and a childhood spent between New York and L.A. His keen blend of laid back, in-the-cut hip-hop and anthemic choruses prompted Entertainment Weekly to praise his “boundary-pushing aesthetic” and Teen Vogue to declare him a “breakout star,” while VIBE asserts, “You can’t put Bryce Vine in a box.” The breakthrough single “Drew Barrymore” has soared to the Top 15 at both Top 40 and Rhythm radio, earning more than 250 million streams and leading to performances on Late Night with Seth Meyers and the MTV VMAs pre-show, while Pepsi selected Bryce for their coveted “The Sound Drop” program. The rapidly growing fan base latched onto his distinct DIY attitude early on – while Bryce was studying at Berklee College of Music. He self-released his debut EP Lazy Fair, racking up over 28 million plays on breakout track “Sour Patch Kids” and attracting shared marquees with the likes of G-Eazy, Big Sean and Kyle.
After a very a successful 2018, Bryce has kicked off the new year with his very first sold out headline tour and a new single “La La Land” ft. YG, the follow up track to “Drew Barrymore” which was recently certified platinum. In true Bryce fashion, the song is a tongue in cheek, insta-ready, sing-a-long love letter to Los Angeles. Bryce Vine will be releasing a music video for “La La Land” soon and his full-length, major label debut on Sire Records in summer of 2019.