Bryce Quick is the embodiment of energy and full charisma in his biggest single and video to date, “Juvie Water.” Filmed on location in Philadelphia and curated for a house party setting, Quick resides in a very familiar element, coupled with ground-shattering music, libations of all kinds and a smoke that would put off the neighbors if it seeped through.
Exploding on the screen with a rockstar persona, Bryce Quick would say the inspiration for his vision came naturally, almost as organically as the concept of the single itself. In the visual, shot and edited by Tre Prada, Quick makes it clear that “Juvie Water” can be anything you’re enjoying at the function.
Song: Juvie Water (prod. by cashmoneyap, Oso Familiar)
Artist: Bryce Quick
Album: Let Go Let Karma
Director: Tre Prada
Editor: Tre Prada
Camera Operator(s): Tre Prada, Charlese China
Cameos: Tre Prada | (@treprada)
Jay Prince | (@princebyblood)
Models: Starr Martin @starr_life_supernova10 | Charlese China (@only1_soulgazephotography) | Roxxy (@goldie_roxx)
Whether you’re a fan of “dark” liquor or even prefer to sip “clear,” the emerging Philly-based artist has created an extension to all the latest soundtracks for kickbacks and parties alike. With a vocal presence and a style that emphasizes plenty of separation from his peers, Bryce delivers on the promise of “hanging ten when the wave comes,” as he is one of the newest members to champion said wave and make it his own.
Bryce Quick began seriously pursuing music around the age of 15 upon meeting his current manager, Kai Tuere, along with aforementioned artist/director Tre Prada. Quick honed his skills as an artist and developed his own sound and image as the years progressed, along with the help of his team.
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