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Bryce Vine presents a genre-bending, East Coast-meets-West Coast sound all his own, drawn in equal partsfrom the bass-heavy reality rap influence of his father, the bright, pop sensibility of his mother, and achildhood spent between New York and L.A. His keen blend of laid back, in-the-cut hip-hop and anthemicchoruses promptedEntertainment Weeklyto praise his “boundary-pushing aesthetic” andTIMEto say he“sounds like the definition of cool,” whileVIBEasserts, “You can’t put Bryce Vine in a box.” He recently madehis major label debut withCarnival, released on Sire Records, with inspirations that run the gamut of the popculture zeitgeist, lyrically referencing his favorite sci-fi TV shows, 90’s nostalgia and commentary on growingup in LA,while effortlessly fusing the punk spirit of Blink-182 with homages to Tupac and Outkast. Bryce Vinehasn’t slowed down since his breakthrough success with the 2X Platinum “Drew Barrymore,” spending 2019on sold out headline tours across the U.S., earning furtherhits with the Platinum “La La Land (feat. YG)” and“I’m Not Alright” with Loud Luxury, and accumulating more than 720 million streams worldwide with over 15million streams per week. He’s performed onLate Night with Seth Meyers,Jimmy Kimmel Live!,WendyWilliams,The Kelly Clarkson Show,The Late Late Show with JamesCorden, andLive with Kelly and Ryan. AsTeen Vogueexpressed, “[His] smooth, unpretentious performance really sold us on Bryce as a breakout star.”