It’s no secret that you can find countless talented and aspiring singer-songwriters on YouTube. But Bryce Mauldin stands out from the pack.
The 20-year-old country singer, who picked up a guitar for the very first time in 2016, has been impressing fans with his amazing takes on popular cover songs by artists like Thomas Rhett, Randy Travis and George Strait. So far, he has earned more than 85,ooo followers on Instagram and more than 15,ooo on Twitter.
We can expect his fan base to grow even more, because his latest cover song is music to our ears!
On Feb 13, Bryce posted a video on YouTube of him performing Jason Aldean’s newest single, “You Make It Easy.”
“Here’s my take on Jason’s new song,” the viral music sensation announced in the description box on the clip. “I’m really digging this song. Y’all let me know what you think!”
In this video, Bryce turns the soulful ballad into an acoustic serenade while seated on a couch in the comfort of his home. Armed with just his guitar, he quickly launches into the song lyrics that are so romantic and emotional they could make any girl swoon.
“You make it easy loving up on you / Make it easy with every little thing you do / You’re my sunshine in the darkest days / My better half, my saving grace / You make me who I wanna be / You make it easy,” he sings, while casually offering the camera a few sultry glances.
Although Bryce didn’t have formal vocal training, it’s clear that he is made to sing, as he possesses such a sincere sound and pleasing baritone vocal. Heck, you might even say that he sounds like a young Jason.
“You Make It Easy,” co-written by Jordan Schmidt, Morgan Wallen and Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, is the lead single from Jason’s upcoming album, “Rearview Town,” due out on April 13.
In case you’re wondering, Jason is currently taking some time off from the road, as he and wife Brittany enjoy time with their first child together and first son, Memphis, who was born in December of 2017. He does, however, have two shows coming up — one in the beginning of March, and another in the beginning of April ‚ before he kicks off his “High Noon Neon Tour” on May 10 in Kansas City, Missouri. Fans can go to jasonaldean.com for a complete list of tour dates.