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PLAYLIST: BRYCE VINE

The hip-hop-influenced singer takes us a nostalgic ride for his go-to road trip playlist.

Bryce Vine
Bryce Vine

The thought of us jetting across the globe with suitcase in one hand, plane ticket in the other has been erased this year by the pandemic that shall not be named. Instead, we’ve been limited to city breaks and countryside trips, but who said this had be boring? Here to provide us with the tunes on those long-winded car rides is genre-less multi-platinum singer Bryce Vine with his repeat button-breaking road trip playlist. Filled with euphoric sing-a-long tunes and hits that’ll throw you right back to the good old days, Vine’s playlist includes the likes of the legendary Jay Z and everyone favourite in-your-feels go-to Frank Ocean.

Known for his eclectic hip-hop-influenced sound and high energy productions, the singer has amassed a diverse discography over the years with hits with “Drew Barrymore” and his debut album Carnival. With more music on the way, the laid-back singer is here to guide us through our pending fun-filled road trips.

Check out the playlist below…

Tupac – “How Do You Want It”

“A throwback to one of my all-time favourite feel-good rap songs. A fun song to learn all the words to and recite with your friends on the long car ride.”

Death Cab for Cutie – “You Are a Tourist”

“The title of this song says it all. Every time I head on a new adventure somewhere in the world – this song adds to the magic and excitement of living as a tourist.” 

Kings of Leon – “Waste a Moment”

“Whether it’s jogging in my neighbourhood or driving down the PCH with the windows down, this song just gets me excited to be on the move.”

Jay-Z – “Lost One”

“From that infectious piano riff to the stories being told through the lyrics, this is one of my favourite songs to jam out to when creating a nostalgic memory.”

Bombay Bicycle Club – “Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)”

“I remember listening to this song on my headphones on the van during my first European headline tour. It makes me excited to drive or be driven.”

Primitive Radio Gods – “Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand”

“Easily one of the most underrated 90’s jams of all time and perfect for a nighttime drive.”

Wiz Khalifa – “The Race”

“Another great night drive track, whether you’re a stoner or not.”

Maverick Sabre – “Drifting”

“I tend to jump around with my playlist on a road trip but this is a song I never skip. To me, this is the musical equivalent to the word “travel”.

Frank Ocean – “Super Rich Kids”

“A classic and easily one of Frank’s best. This one feels like a lazy summer day so much you can almost feel the wind in your hair while listening.”

Naughty by Nature – “Feel Me Flow”

“Another amazing feel-good rap anthem. My friends and I blast this song on the way to almost anywhere.” 

Jamie T – “Sticks ‘N’ Stones”

“Having grown up on punk rock, this song is a British alternative treasure that makes me want to hop on a train, plane, or car and go wherever the next journey takes me.”

PLAYLIST: BRYCE VINE

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