If you haven't heard of Bryce Vine, you're probably living under a rock or just flat out lying at this point. The "Sour Patch Kids" rapper is the poster boy of just how much life can change in the matter of a year. He not only performed on top of the legendary Radio City Music Hall at the MTV VMAs, he also went from an independent artist to becoming a certified gold artist for his hit song "Drew Barrymore" which has been streamed more than 250 million times.
"I remember Drew Barrymore took like six months to finish and La La Land I wrote in a day," the New York native whispers while rubbing two Sour Patch Kids together.
For someone who "doesn't have a song writing process," he definitely knows how to grab the attention of music lovers with his upbeat sound and honest lyrics—especially in his new song "La La Land".
"I was kind-of making fun of it (California culture) cus it's easy to do," he whispered to Fuse while fanning our ASMR mic with palm leaves. "It doesn't feel like the real world in LA. I think that's why people like it so much. There's palm trees everywhere and it's always sunny and everybody can pretend to be whoever they want to be."
While he was picking at "The Golden State", it has become an "anthem for the culture" and he even got LA bred rapper, YG to hop on the track.
Did Bryce Vine massage your mind? Be sure to stay tuned for his highly anticipated album "Carnival" and check him out at Hangout Fest this summer along with Travis Scott, Jimmy Eat World, Cardi B, Buddy, and more! Be sure to check out our other recent Mind Massages and let us know who you want next on our YouTube channel!