Bryce Vine – American rapper
Bryce Vine’s real name is Bryce Ross-Johnson. He was born on 16 June 1988 in New York. When he was young, Bryce’s family didn’t have too much money. However, when his mother landed a role in a soap opera, Passions, the family’s financial situation improved, and they moved to Los Angeles suburbs.
Bryce often spent time on his mom’s film sets. That’s where he discovered his love for music. When Vine was a teenager, his father introduced him to R&B hits of the 1990’s. His mother noticed the boy’s talent, bought him a guitar and paid for lessons. Bryce enjoyed playing guitar and tried to hone his skills every free moment he had. At 13, the young artist began writing lyrics.
Bryce’s music career began in 2011 when he participated in the music contest The Glee Project. His mom insisted that he entered. Vine made it to the finals together with 11 participants but was the first one to drop out. Later Bryce remembered that contest with fondness. He said he got irreplaceable experience, which helped him choose his career.
After the project, the artist decided to get a musical education. He was accepted to the prestigious Berklee College of Music. As it turned out, the young man made the right decision. In college, he met his future producer Nolan Lambroza. Lambroza helped Bryce sign a contract with his own label Kiva House Lambroza.