He cites as main artistic influences Lauren Hill , Eminem , The Notorious B.I.G. , Beanie Sigel,Jadakiss, Lil Wayne, JAY Z , Kendrick Lamar , J. Cole , André 3000 , Killer Mike , Nipsey Hussle , and Kanye West .
“First and foremost, it's hip hop,” says Bryce the Third. “My music is a reflection of all of my experiences along with the experiences of others I've been witness to. I pride myself on fiery and meticulous lyricism. I aim to tell vivid stories and uplift people with my music along with putting them on-game.”
“I come from where poverty is cyclical,” writes Bryce the Third. “Statistically, we're not supposed to make it out. I just want to tell that story, that perspective.”
Asked to describe his themes, he says, “I talk about the come up, thinking differently and being OK with being yourself. I aim to uplift and to share my experiences with people who can relate as well as with people who may not be able to. I talk about what it's like coming from nothing but the love in our supporters' hearts to getting where we want to be – manifesting our dreams and goals.”
Bryce the Third’s new tape “Internal Revenue” is available worldwide now. Get in early.