“My music is who I am on the inside,” Reece states. “It’s like you’re looking at me from inside of my head. Everything on my mind is in there. It’s hard to open up to people in real life. I use music as an outlet to show who I truly am to the entire world. It’s not about the cover art or what I look like. Focus on the songs.”
The songs reveal a vulnerable, vital, and vibrant alternative R&B poet whose vocal range proves just as expansive as his emotional spectrum. That’s why he immediately stirred up a buzz amongst listeners everywhere. Pigeons & Planes premiered his stirring, soulful single “Don’t Go,” and it quietly amassed over 1.8 million streams. He drew praise from FADER, Ones to Watch, Indie Shuffle, The Hundreds, Hillydilly, Tune Core, Tidal, and many others. Makeup maven Amanda Steele placed him on her Gateway compilation alongside Joey Bada$$, Pell, Saba, Tink, and more. Reece's single "Lost in Translation" was featured on an exclusive Urban Outfitters vinyl alongside Billie Eilish, WET, Lany, and many more. All of these early accomplishments have set the stage for the release of his 2019 debut EP I’m Not Sure Yet.
He’s come a long way from his hometown of Woodbridge, VA. Inspired by the likes of Frank Ocean, Lana Del Rey, and Imogen Heap, the singer and songwriter began making music while still in high school. Upon graduating, Reece promised his parents that if music didn’t work out after a year, he would enroll in college. That’s when his single “Ghost” began haunting blogs across the internet. “Don’t Go” exponentially increased the intrigue surrounding him with its stirring stark production and hypnotic delivery.
Now in late 2018, Reece is ready to make his return with his strongest music yet. “3AM” is the first single off the upcoming EP and the song picks up right where Reece left off, with a power and distinct vocal and lyrics that hit the core. The song was produced by Jazz Feezy (Drake, Lil Yachty, Rick Ross) and written and recorded by Reece in Los Angeles. This is the first chapter of I’m Not Sure Yet EP and there is so much more to come but Reece will let the music tell the story.
“I want people to think about their lives and reflect when they listen to my music,” he leaves off. “My biggest goal is to make them feel like -- even though the songs can be sad -- they’re not alone. They can listen to me and feel like they belong. That’s what my favorite artists did for me.