Vincent releases glimmering debut EP, 'For You,' showcasing versatility inside future bass
Canadian producer Vincent has launched his debut EP, For You, on ICONS Music and distributed by PRMD Music, showcasing the weak facet to his earlier spectrum of arduous lure to emotive future bass. After his profitable pageant remix of Alison Wonderland’s “U Don’t Know,” Vincent was thrust into the highlight with fashionable singles like “Her” and his hit launch with QUIX, “Hero,” that includes David Shane.
For You is a five-track mission with earlier single releases “Breathe 2.zero” and “Same Page” with yetep that includes Brooke Daye. These set the tone for the mission with lush synths, vocals taking middle stage, and melodically rhythmic hooks that shimmer and shine. “Here For You” that includes unhappy alex makes use of bouncing synths with a horn melody, whereas “I’m No Magician” that includes Love, Alexa begins with a extra melancholy tone, adjusting itself in direction of a distinction of distancing vocal chops and uttering low finish bass. “Can’t Help Myself” that includes Pauline Herr is the ultimate monitor of the all-female-vocal EP. The stripped-down intro slowly builds into an exquisite pop-leaning synthscape that leads right into a contrasted second verse with male vocals.
Alongside the EP, Vincent additionally introduced his For You world tour, which marks his first headlining tour.