Out singer-songwriter VINCINT recently dropped his latest single, “Romance.” The singer says the song is “about seeing someone you care for being treated like shit and knowing you can love them better.”
VINCINT sees the emotionally-charged track as a “little ode to the divas of the early 2000s, like Toni Braxton’s ‘He Wasn’t Man Enough’ and Brandy and Monica’s ‘The Boy Is Mine.'”
The singer’s muscular, vibrant vocals skip across the synth-pop soundscape with ease, popping off the high and low notes effortlessly.
VINCINT’s dynamic songcraft and radiant charisma has seen him lighting up stages around the globe, including his own sold-out headline run, “The Getaway Tour,” as well as headlining performances at Pride events nationwide.
Other recent highlights include multiple sold-out shows in New York City and Los Angeles, an appearance at the 2020 Academy Awards (as member of Cynthia Erivo’s gospel choir), and memorable sets at the United States Conference on AIDS, SXSW, the LOVELOUD Festival, the GAY TIMES Honours 500 in London, and NYC’s Governors Ball Music Festival 2021, and Coachella 2022 to name but a few.
I’ve been covering VINCINT since his early 2020 hit “Save Myself,” and he never disappoints. You can find all of his music on all major music platforms including Spotify.