Bryce Vine to headline Crawfish Day
April 10, 2019
The long awaited spring Crawfish Day is just around the corner— on Thursday to be exact.
Along with the excitement of free crawfish for Nicholls State University students comes the anticipation of the music headliner announcement.
This year, Bryce Vine is set to perform.
With his unique sound and upbeat raps, he is an up and coming name to be known.
The American rapper from New York City first began his career by auditioning for The Glee Project in 2011. A few years later, he signed to record label Kiva House Lambroza and began making music.
Vine currently has two EPs, Lazy Fair and Night Circus.
The 30 year old artist is most known for his 2018 recent single, “Drew Barrymore,” hitting number 47 on Billboard Hot 100 chart and number 19 on the Pop Songs chart.
However, he has many hits that are lesser known.
Songs like “Sour Patch Kids,” “Glamorama,” “Guilty Pleasure” and “Sunflower Seeds” are sure to surprise skeptics.
Whether released in 2013 or 2019, most songs by Vine leave listeners with a good vibe and positive attitude.
Being introduced to ‘90s R&B at a young age, Vine taught himself how to play guitar and stuck with it.
Vine is said to aspire to write intelligent and honest lyrics with an infectious chorus.
In an interview with Billboard, Vine said one rapper he is in influenced by is J. Cole. Vine said he likes the storyteller aspect of him, as well as having a clear message for listeners, but never takes himself too seriously.
His most recent release is “La La Land,” featuring YG.
Vine is currently working on his debut album, Carnival, expecting a release date soon.