Rising Jamaican-British soul singer Vincent Darby who recently performed for BBC Radio 1's virtual 'Big Weekender' has unveiled his brand new single, ‘Still Here We Are’.
Produced in Shaggy’s Big Yard Studios in Kingston, Jamaica, ‘Still Here We Are’ deploys a chilled, downbeat production that allows Vincent’s flawless vocal prowess to take centre stage.
“‘Still Here We Are’ came from a place of not quite understanding the ‘situation-ship’ that I was in; a story about how something can be so good, but also so bad”.
Vincent has been singing regularly since the age of five and is a graduate of the acclaimed Birmingham Ormiston Academy. He has also performed at Birmingham’s O2 Academy in support of Flo Rida, after a record producer watched a video of him performing ‘Fallin’ by Alicia Keys on YouTube and last year he released his debut EP 'Baby Oh I' compiled of 3 tracks.
‘Still Here We Are’ sees the Birmingham artist flex his superb vocal talents to the full. With plenty to come from the soul singer, Vincent Darby is an artist to watch.
Listen to the track HERE