Bryce!Beats! Drops Summer Charged Track, I’m Sorry

New York’s producer/Artist Bryce Alvord slams down his brand new single, ‘I’m Sorry’, under his new moniker BRYCE! BEATS! 

Alvord also forms part of rap/pop act, Soho Kings, alongside rapper/DJ  Celsius911 who, with fellow musicians Troy Ave, Nitty Scott and Fame School, co-produced this electrifyingly pop banger.

I’m Sorry’ was released yesterday (9th June) on all major download/streaming sites. Check it out below….

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New Track: Say What You Want In Bed – Bryce!

Bryce Alvord – better known as BRYCE! – steps into the spotlight and delivers a strip back version to the pumped-up combo of rap and pop melodies – a trademark he and his partner in crime, Celsius 911 created under the stage name, Soho Kings.

It’s definitely a breath of fresh air; check out ‘Say What You Want In Bed’… more music will be coming soon from the dynamic duo.

New Track: Yo Dude That’s F**king Awesome – Soho Kings

Although SOHO KINGS‘ latest release features their futuristic trademark of hip-hop/pop with a dash electrifying trap elements, the three-minute banger is washed with chilled back vibe – it’s a great surprise.

This may be their best release of the year…what do you think? Here’s your chance to check it out and have your say below.

Song of the Day: WAR – Soho Kings

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New Yorkers, Celsius911 and Bryce Alvord – AKA – SOHO KINGS makes a return with WAR.

This track is a far cry from their previous hit Surfboard, as it features a daunting bassline with lyrics reflecting today’s world issues. Go on, check it out!

Song of the Day: Surfboard (ft. Kwame Darko) – Soho Kings

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If you had a pretty crap weekend, then this track will sure cheer you up! Today’s song is Surfboard by New-York hip-hop/electro duo SOHO KINGS.

From the very start,  rapper/DJ Celsius911 and producer/singer Bryce Alvord have been making waves with their unique blend of electrifying hip-hop and pop accompanied with the heavy EDM drive.  The mixtape, Don’t Go Down That Road earned these guys a  spot on the CMJ Hip-Hop charts (peaking at no.15). Their music videos proved to be a massive hit with fans and bloggers, as two of their productions clocked up over 400K hits on YouTube.

There’s no rest for the eccentric duo as they are rocking huge shows at premiere NYC venues such as  Santos Party House and Greenhouse as well as collaborating with urban acts like Troy Ave, Ransom, and Jeny Romero.

Have a listen to the feel-good-factor Surfboard – with this explosive track, it comes to no surprise they generated a strong fan base overnight. If you’re feeling Surfboard, why not take a trip to their Soundcloud page and check out their other larger-than-life tracks.

Connect with these talented guys @SohoKings