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Described as a “queer musician who’s changing the game” (Advocate), rising pop artist Reece has released ‘Do Me Dirty’ – the first single from his upcoming debut album via Platoon – alongside the corresponding music video.

Self-described as ‘kitchen sink pop’, the song and video perfectly convey the confusion and simultaneous excitement of the modern dating scene.
Daring and unafraid of sonically, visually, and lyrically unique choices, Reece channels the passion in his music to mirror nostalgic, relatable moments – creating a magical connection with his audience who can relate through their personal inflections.
“‘Do Me Dirty’ is a tongue in cheek song about my laying down my expectations for someone if they try to pursue me.” Says Reece about the single.
His debut album and follow up to his 2019 EP I’m Not Sure Yet, is his most magnetic project to date and focused on honesty, love, experience, and heartbreak, all introduced in this single.
Shot by director Candice Lawler with David Rowe serving as DP and editor, the video was shot entirely in Los Angeles.

“Do Me Dirty” can be heard here

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All Images Credit: Julian Gross. (Images supplied)

For more information on Reece, visit @reecemusic

Reece is a 26-year old singer-songwriter born in California and raised in Virginia. Self-described as Kitchen Sink Pop, Reece’s fervent, magnetic sound was influenced by his love of Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Solange, Frank Ocean, Imogen Heap, and FKA Twigs. With the ethos that life is short and an intense focus on authenticity, Reece explores his own lessons of love, experience, and expectations within his songs allowing the honesty of the lyrics and beat to transform listeners to a place where they are inspired to live the lives they want. Recently signing with Platoon, Reece will release his debut album this summer and can be found on IG and TWT at @reecemusic.  
The multi-award-winning label Platoon was founded by music industry legend and CEO Denzyl Feigelson in 2016. The boutique artist services company identifies groundbreaking talent from around the world, while providing invaluable and innovative tools and services to build their careers and reach new fans. Platoon landed its first success shortly after their inception when they signed the then-unknown Billie Eilish, laying the groundwork for her ascent to global stardom. BRIT Award winner Jorja Smith would soon follow, alongside Nigeria’s Mr. Eazi, who would both find worldwide acclaim. Current signings include Adekunle Gold, Victoria Monét, Reece, Aaron Smith, Kiddo K, Rosey Chan, Spinall, and more. Platoon’s team expands across the globe with offices in London, New York, Cape Town, Berlin and Los Angeles. Their visionary creative spaces in London and Africa boast 24-hour recording studios also provide inspiring ecosystems for artists to openly collaborate, have access to educational classes, and find guidance across wellness, music, business, and marketing.




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