Posts Tagged ‘Joyce Wrice’

New Music: Joyce Wrice – Good Morning

The lovely Joyce Wrice has finally shared the full version of her sultry, infectious old-school inspired jam “Good Morning,” produced by Jamma-Dee.

The Cali based songstress shared a snippet of the track last year, and recently released it in physical form as a maxi-single through Akashik Records.

The jazzy track finds the singer-songwriter cooing out to bae for some early morning loving.  “7 o’clock in the morning / All I want you to do, is get on top of me / Cause I’m all up on you,” she sings.

Get entranced in Joyce’s love commands below!

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Video: Joyce Wrice & Kay Franklin – Rocket Science

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Joyce Wrice‘s “Rocket Science” is blasting the emerging singer into a brand new stratosphere.

The song, which was released as a double single alongside “Play Pretend” last week, has the West Coast based artist collaborating with fellow singer/songwriter Kay Franklin for an out-of-this-world groove about confronting your feelings for the one you’re with, head on. MNDSGN produced the track, further providing to its intergalactic feel with a slightly neo-soul vibe.

Word spread fast about “Rocket Science” and, in an effort to capitalize on the potential radio single in the making, Wrice’s label Akashik Records, has dropped an official set of visuals for “Rocket Science.”

Sleek, colorful, and retro, the video takes place in outer space with Kay Franklin piloting a spaceship until he’s approached by a foreign vessel – one in which he observes Wrice moving and grooving along as she hypnotizes him with her voice. Credit Akashik Records co-founder Alima Jenkins for her very creative approach directing the four-minute clip, as well. “Rocket Science” pulls off the throwback perfectly, because it IS throwback: Jenkins shot the clip using VHS and 16mm film, an alien concept in the digital age and the era of 4K video.

Watch Joyce Wrice and Kay Franklin’s “Rocket Science” music video down below.

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New Music: Joyce Wrice & Kay Franklin – Rocket Science / Play Pretend

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2016 has been pretty nice to Akashik Records artist Joyce Wrice. The LA-based singer-songwriter, who’d been making waves on SoundCloud up until this year, finally had her breakthrough with the release of her Stay Around EP back in May. Wrice’s smooth vocals, coupled with a wisdom beyond her years that drips from her lyrics, made Stay Around a favorite release for plenty of R&B heads.

Now, as the end of the year fast approaches, Joyce Wrice has one more gift to give – well, two, actually. She’s partnered with singer Kay Franklin to drop off a double single, in “Rocket Science” and “Play Pretend.”

Both tracks are laid-back and don’t aim to do too much, with Wrice opting for a neo-soul feel. On “Rocket Science,” Joyce’s voice floats over the four-minute track, laying out that the feelings she has for her lover are pretty straightforward and nothing’s complicated at all. “Play Pretend” is the more jazzy track of the two, and shares the familiar story of being a friend who catches feelings and starts wanting more, but is afraid to risk it. “Cause I don’t wanna play no games,’ Joyce insists on the track, “but I need to know, if you feel the same way.” It turns out, sometimes emotions ARE “rocket science.”

Stream “Rocket Science” and “Play Pretend” below. Wrice has also released the two-for-one single on limited edition 7″ vinyl, which can be purchased here.

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Emerging Artist Joyce Wrice Releases “Do You Love Me?” Video

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Talented up-and-comer Joyce Wrice brings us the first visuals from her impressive new EP Stay Around, with the video for “Do You Love Me?

Directed by Topshelf Junior (Jhene Aiko, Omarion) the laid back atmosphere of Los Angeles is displayed through bright sun lit scenes of Wrice at home, and wandering through concrete structures, as she draws you in while singing the sultry song. While the vibe feels good, behind her sweet tone and chill track Joyce questions her boyfriends devotion.

“When I’m alone at night, and you’re layin in bed actin like you don’t want to be here by my side / I need ya close, but I’m wonderin who you need the most?” she sings over the Mndsgn production.

One to watch, Joyce navigates listeners through varying degrees of emotion and past relationship situations on her EP. Check out her new video below, and if you haven’t yet, listen to the project here.

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Listen: Rising Singer/Songwriter Joyce Wrice Releases ‘Stay Around’ EP

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Rising singer/songwriter Joyce Wrice recently came across our radar, and now the L.A. native has released her brand new EP, Stay Around. Certainly vocally and melodically talented the up-and-comer connected with producers Mndsgn, Jlbs, Chuk Le Garcon, DJ Harrison, and SiR for the 6-track project.

Through her sultry, soothing tone Joyce navigates listeners through varying degrees of emotion and past relationship situations. On the perviously released “Do You Love Me,” the songstress calls out to her man for a simple confirmation on if his feelings match hers. Things quickly go the other way though on “You Used To Love Me,” as she deals with her ex moving on to another woman.

Love prevails for Joyce though on the R&B/Pop friendly closing and title track. “See you treated me like a real man treats a lady / And you know just what to say when I’m acting kinda crazy / And whenever I’m feeling lost you’re there to save me,” she blissfully sings.

Stream Joyce’s EP below, and if you’re feelin it you can pick it up on iTunes now.

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