Los Angeles recording artist Bryce Vine teams up with fellow west coast star YG to drop a vibrant track in “La La Land.” I first stumbled across Bryce Vine’s music back in 2017 with his song “Drew Barrymore.” Early on I could see the potential with his sound and him being able to craft music that would translate over to a certain audience. Vine’s music has a carefree and blissful tone to it similar to the likes of rappers like Chance the Rapper and Kyle. Bryce’s talent shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise if you do some digging. His mother is the talented Tracey Ellis Ross, who played a hand in Bryce getting into music at an early age. “La La Land” is a summer record so everything from the hook to the verses is happy to go lucky and it’s a tune that’s actually really catchy. YG’s verse on this track is the whipped cream on top as he embodies the overall west coast theme of the single.
Stream Bryce Vine’s “La La Land” below.