Vincent Barrea Shares Fiery Video For Single, ‘Chemical or Love’

Moscow-based vocalist, producer and rapper VINCENT BARREA has dropped some blazing visuals for his new single ‘Chemical or Love’, premiered on VENTS Magazine. The three-minute production is tipped to follow suit Barrea’s success with his previous outputs, ‘Zoom Zoom’, which has racked up over 800K Youtube views; ‘Save My Life’ and ‘I’m Not Afraid’ racked up well over 400K views.

Mixed and mastered by Grammy-nominated engineer Alex Evans (Skrillex, Rag N Bone Man, Basement Jaxx), ‘Chemical or Love’ is based on the uncertainties experienced during the beginning stages of a new relationship. The track opens with an upbeat piano intro and a cuban-style sound palette before Vincent’s vocals slide into the first suave stanza. Forward thinking beats blended with retro instrumentals and an urbane approach to songwriting, make ‘Chemical or Love’ catchy and compelling.

Speaking of the track, Barrea comments: “This song is a musical transformation of the experiences of a real person. A person who is so strongly in love that he cannot determine whether it is just chemistry occurring in his head, or a very persistent feeling from the bottom of his heart. These thoughts annoy and create doubt and anxiety, and don’t give the opportunity to move further in the relationship – thereby spiraling it to a dead end.”

Check out the video for ‘Chemical Or Love’ below…

New Music Video: Same Old Me – Dabbla

Potent Funk’s recruit DABBLA has unveiled the visual for track ‘Same old Me’. Produced by the mighty Hashfinger and directed by SpinCity, the latest release is lifted from the second solo LP ‘Death Moves’, out now. The album features appearances from Rag N Bone Man, PENGSHUi’s Illaman, Jam Baxter, Eva Lazarus and DABBLA‘s grime family LDZ.

For the tenth single from his ‘Death Moves album’, DABBLA delivers a healthy dose of brutally honest poetry fused with a candid sense of self-deprecating dark humour. The menacing production works as a crispy base as the UK veteran spitter sprinkles his spicy ingredients to prove why he’s one of the realist out there.

Follow up single ‘Tweeters’, which features award-winning soul vocalist Rag N Bone Man, is due for release soon…be sure to look out for it

For now,check it out the blazing video for ‘Same Old Me’ below: