With dazzling synths and a massive, electric chorus, «Just Love Me» is ‘80s pop euphoria. But don’t be fooled by the title, the song is not about romance. Bowyn’s new single is inspired by his envy for queer nightlife entertainers.
«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», says Bryce to me. «’Just Love Me’ is about my jealousy as an entertainer and wanting a taste of that adoration».
«Just Love Me» is available now for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and Soundcloud. Bryce Bowyn previously released music mononymously as Bryce. «Just Love Me» is his second single under his full moniker following his infectious debut Nostalgic.
Bryce Bowyn is a dance-pop singer-songwriter based in Washington, DC. With his anthemic electropop and magnetic visuals, Bryce is ready to bring his brand of uncensored, unfiltered dynamism to the pop music forefront.
«Just Love Me» brings back the ’80s feeling, if you grew up during the ’80s you surely know what I’m talking about. A warning, you might spot me on the hottest dancefloors dancing to this song, so catchy and so danceable – but that will be after Covid-19 – for now – I’m training in my living-room – dreaming away while dancing, so it will be epic when it’s safe again to be close to people again.
So clear the living-room floor – hit play below and dance away!
SaintAhmad is a Brooklyn-based rapper, singer, dancer, and songwriter who creates soulful, innovative R&B songs mixed with throwback hip-hop aesthetics. Being somewhat of a hopeless romantic, his music has undertone themes of love and sex, where he explores the fantasies that ruminate in his head.