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The genre-smashing Bryce Vine and Cheat Codes have teamed up for their new single “Stay,” and they share the official video, directed by Michael Ko and featuring a few familiar faces. Bryce Vine explains, “’Stay’ is a song about instant nostalgia – that feeling of knowing you’re in the middle of experiencing a special time. This music video is a reflection on what it’s like being caught in that moment.”  Cheat Codes have already scored massive hits with Demi Lovato, Fetty Wap, Kaskade, and more, garnering over 4 billion streams to date, and are gearing up for their three-part debut album that showcases the individual personalities of Trevor, Matt and KEVI. The new collaboration reveals another side to both Cheat Codes and Bryce Vine, setting the stage for more exciting, genre-bending pairings to come. For more, go to: (Source)

The genre-smashing Bryce Vine and Cheat Codes team up today for new single “Stay,” out via Sire Records / 300 Entertainment. Together, the multi-platinum Los Angeles artists are a powerful pop force, swirling up Bryce Vine’s smooth flow and Cheat Codes’ slick electronic production into a post-party anthem that’s both banging and brooding.  Bryce Vine says, “Me and my friends wrote ‘Stay’ almost a year ago when the world was still normal. It’s about all those good times you don’t want to say goodbye to, but you appreciate them when they’re gone. It’s about the hopefulness that those times will come back, which I think we can all relate to right now. I’ve known Cheat Codes since before they were even Cheat Codes, and they just have such great energy that I really wanted to bring them a song that matched that energy, so we could feel like we were all back in those good times. I think it turned into the perfect collaboration.” Cheat Codes add, “It’s crazy because we’ve known Bryce for almost 10 years and we always wanted to find the perfect song to collaborate on. We finally got there with ‘Stay.’ Bryce and JP Clark wrote this idea in Miami, sent it to us and fast forward to today, […] For more, go to: (Source)