Bryce is an internationally acclaimed musical and cultural artist who has collaborated with influencers, politicians, activists, and change-makers. He has worked in academic settings, presenting lectures and engaging audiences on his Afrofuturistic values.
A native Detroiter, Bryce Detroit founded the Detroit Recordings company, inspired by the belief that musical lyrics have the ability to paint pictures and inform people’s identities. Acknowledging that media can promote disparaging images and ideals, Bryce seeks to rewrite this narrative by empowering, influencing, and educating Detroit residents and the broader global community.
He pioneered the entertainment justice movement, which incorporates music and production as elements of social, economic, and environmental justice.
2017 Knight Arts Challenge Award: the AfroFutures! Children’s music project
2016 Artplace America Grant: the Apex Project
2015 Knight Arts Challenge Award: Detroit Afrikan Funkestra
2014 Artplace America Grant: ONE MILE Project
Director of Community Relations and Marketing of the East Michigan Environmental Action Council (EMEAC), Board Member Emeritus of 5E Gallery, Founder of the Detroit Future Youth Network, Founder of HERU Organization, Founder of Oakland Avenue Artists Coalition, and Detroit Future Media graduate. Wrote the campaign song, “Right in”, for the Ingrid LaFleur campaign.
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