New York transplant Bryce Vine seems right at home in his adopted city of Los Angeles, and the neo-R&B sound he’s developed reflects this bi-coastal background. But his love for the City of Angels is transparent: “I work out of a house in Hollywood Hills that we converted into a studio. Every day on my way there I get to drive alongside a city wide view of LA. We’ll all get together on the deck frequently and watch the sun go down. We realize how lucky we are.” Mixing the old-school authenticity and style of east coast hip-hop with the laid-back and confident sound of west coast G-Funk, Bryce’s music captures listeners with its upbeat grooves and holds their attention with carefully crafted lyrical flows.
Don’t miss Bryce on his November tour: