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James Vickery

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    Pressure (with SG Lewis) - SG Lewis
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    Until Morning
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    Until Morning - A COLORS SHOW
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    Pressure, Pt. II - Sinead Harnett, SG Lewis
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    Tear It Apart (with Kenny Beats) - Kenny Beats
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South London's James Vickery is the new face of UK R&B. With his hugely popular COLORS session amassing 20 million views, James caught the attention of many admirers internationally, subsequently leading to the London-born songwriter inking record and publishing deals with LA-based TH3RD BRAIN and Roc Nation respectively despite being born deaf in his left ear.
James Vickery is a live artist through and through, validated in the millions of views he has accumulated online for his live performances. His “Live From London” series features JV performing his own songs live with a full band, in unique venues across his home town - giving fans a completely authentic way to experience his music. He has headlined prestigious venues internationally including The Jazz Cafe (London), The Echo (Los Angeles) and Rough Trade (New York). Vickery has also already performed at iconic festivals across the world including Glastonbury, MELT Festival and Java Jazz.
Following his critically acclaimed “Until Morning” and “Overture” EP’s featuring collaborations with Kenny Beats and SG Lewis, he is now working on his debut album due for release in February 2020. Vickery's unmistakable voice and completely unique take on R&B despite being born deaf in his left ear, landed him as one of Complex's British R&B/Soul Artists to watch out for in 2020.
"James Vickery's voice will grab you from the very first note. It is rich, powerful, and incredibly soulful" - Complex

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