We’re very excited to announce two new placements in season 2 of Peacock’s drama series Bel-Air, featuring five tracks by Nate Rose, Diamond Qing, Kiddo A.I. and Bryce Green!
Nashville rapper Nate Rose is a hip-hop artist & creative artist often referred to as the “James Bond of rap” for his debonair demeanor and emphasis on intellect. With more than 30 million combined streams across listening platforms, he’s independently built an organic fan base through intricate lyricism, decadent melodies, and a strong desire and drive to be one of the greats. His tracks “Egos” and “Cognac” are featured in episodes 207 and 209, respectively. This is also Nate’s fifth sync placement with Bodega Sync.
Self-described as Qing Trap, Diamond’s genre of music is made for everybody, especially all the hard working women who don’t rely on men. Inspired and influenced by Jay-Z, Missy Elliot, Lil Uzi, Takeoff and Big Sean, Diamond Qing combines unique qualities of her favorite artists, creating an innovative sound. Her song “MVP” appears in episode 209, airing on April 20th. This is Diamond’s fifth sync with Bodega Sync.
Miami native Kiddo A.I. is a talented singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. As a core member of Miami’s Cashae collective, she is a key performer in a string of successful collaborations in different genres. Her song “Like That” was featured in episode 205, aired on March 23rd. This is her third placement with Bodega Sync, following a recent use in the Netflix reality series Twentysomethings: Austin and MTV’s Ex On The Beach as a featured artist with Cashae.
Bryce Green is one of the most exhilarating hip hop artists to emerge on the Nashville scene. A rapper and singer whose fierce lyricism, electrifying charisma and melodic singing sets fire to any scene. This is Bryce’s second placement with Bodega Sync and the second within a month for “Boom”, following another use in the ABC series The Rookie: Feds.
Bel-Air on Peacock
A reimagining of the hit 90’s sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”, this dramatic reboot was inspired by Morgan Cooper’s fan film that re-envisioned the sitcom. Season 2 picks up with Will at a crossroads in his life as a new figure comes into his life who challenges what he’s learned in Bel-Air and competes for control of his influence.
Check out this season’s trailer below: