For an artist just 19 years of age, R&B up-and-comer Reece sounds like he’s packing decades of experience, hurt, and emotion into his songs. Reece has released three singles in the past year, his latest, “Don’t Go” via TuneCore, and he shows no sign of slowing down. Based in Woodbridge, VA, his soulful cuts have garnered the attention of blogs like Pigeons & Planes, KickKickSnare and HillyDilly.
Indie R&B has made an awesome resurgence in recent years. Who do you cite as some of your strongest influences, both in the modern and classic eras?
How long have you been making music? ‘Ghost’ is a pretty heavy relationship track – how has your songwriting evolved in recent years?
As a Woodbridge, VA-native, you’re a good ways out of DC. Do you feel connected to the local scene there?
What are your goals in the next year as a young indie artist? How do you plan to ride the momentum of your three recent singles?
What kind of roles have services like TuneCore played in your development as an artist?
With the help of TuneCore, my music has been distributed to many important online stores, which has helped me reach out to new people and gain new listeners!