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Butch Please with Special Guest Performance by Bryce Quartz
at The SF Eagle

398 12th St, San Francisco

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Gay rapper Bryce Quartz will celebrate the release of his new single, “C*m Pirate”, in San Francisco on March 15th with a live fetish performance at SF Eagle.

Presented by Bear World Magazine and Wruff Events, Quartz will also unveil the two versions of the “C*m Pirate” music video. The first is safe-for-work with tongue in cheek scenes featuring sexy bears and pirates. The other is an explicit, JustForFans exclusive, with scenes of Bryce in a sling engaging in activities rarely seen in music videos.

With the rapper’s powerful vocal delivery and colorful lyricism set against simple instrumentals, “C*m Pirate” evokes the bare bone trap sound that had a chokehold on the rap industry from 2016-2018. “The sexy rhymes are for the average listener and the bars are for the hip hop heads,” Bryce Quartz explains. “I want to make sure everyone knows I’m a rapper first and a faggot second.”

“Oftentimes when I go into writing a song like 'C*m Pirate', I’m thinking how can I make cishet people (those who identify as cisgender and heterosexual) uncomfortable while simultaneously turning on the gay masses,” the artist continues. He reasons that if Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B can rap about their WAP, why can’t he ruminate on the sub groups of gay men he associates with - pups, cubs, bears, and daddies - and their kinks? “Queer people have had to endure years of listening to the sex lives of hetero rappers. It’s time queer fans feel seen and celebrate their authentic selves,” he says. “As long as consent is given, all should be empowered to explore their wildest fetishes.”

Bryce Quartz’s “C*m Pirate” releases to Spotify, Apple Music, and all digital platforms on March 15. Visit BryceQuartz.com. Follow Bryce @RealBryceQuartz


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Event added: 2024-02-22, updated: 2024-03-16
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