Rising Queer Artist Bryce Bowyn Delivers Dancefloor Anthem ‘Just Love Me’


Washington based rising talent Bryce Bowyn is quickly becoming a musical force to be reckoned with – as showcased on his new track Just Love Me. This dancefloor oriented floorfiller is packed with smooth eighties inspired synths, Bryce’s warm inviting vocals, and an absolutely belting chorus.

Bryce notes that the song is inspired by the queer nightlife scene: “In DC, the drag scene is very cutting edge and visceral. The queens are glamorous, but sharp around the edges and the crowds eat it up. Just Love Me is about my jealousy as an entertainer and wanting a taste of that adoration.”

We have a lot of love for this track, particularly as it his the euphoric chorus which packs a truly infectious melody that will stick with you for days. Bryce is a fresh and proudly queer voice, something that the music industry can always benefit from more of. His previous releases Masc, Nostalgic, Keep ‘Em Coming, and Cabana Boy showcase an impressive lyricism and slick musical production that dancepop fans are likely to adore.

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