Check Out Vince Herbert’s Resume in the Music Industry!

Vincent Herbert is far from new to the music industry. His career spans all the way back from the early 1990s. He’s worked mostly behind the scenes as a songwriter, composer, arranger, producer, manager, creating remixes (remember in the ’90s when the remix used to sound like a totally new song with different lyrics?) and currently as an executive at Streamline Records.

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Here is just a sampling of Vince’s work since the very beginnings of his career, and scanning the raw talent he’s worked personally with, his career’s work is impressive, to say the least. Over the years, his work as touched the careers of Hi-Five, Mary J. Blige, Bobby Brown, Aaliyah, Toni Braxton, Destiny’s Child, and even king of Pop Michael Jackson!

Instruments and Performance

Toni Braxton – Toni Braxton album

Deborah Cox – Where Do We Go From Here album

Writing and Arrangement

Hi-Five – Fly Away

Toni Braxton – How Many Ways

Toni Braxton – Love Shoulda Brought You Home

Monifah – You

Destiny’s Child – No, No, No (Part I)

Toni Braxton – Please

Production

Usher – Call Me A Mack

Bobby Brown – That’s The Way Love Is

Toni Braxton – How Many Ways

Toni Braxton – Love Shoulda Brought You Home

Total – Tell Me

Monifah – You’ve Got My Heart

Aaliyah – One In A Million

Aaliyah – Got To Give It Up

Aaliyah – Got To Give It Up (Remix)

Destiny’s Child – No, No, No (Part I)

Benzino – Killa

Dream – This Is Me

Jojo – Weak

Lady Gaga – Just Dance

Lady Gaga – Lovegame

Lady Gaga – Paparazzi

Lady Gaga – Born This Way

Remixes

After 7 – Baby I’m For Real/Natural High

Michael Jackson – In The Closet

Mary J. Blige – I Don’t Wanna Do Anything

SWV – Downtown

Toni Braxton – Give You My Heart

 

SOURCE: Discogs


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Comments

  1. He has a very impressive resume. Whenever I am looking at the credits from albums that were released in the 90s, Vincent’s name is listed as the writer/producer for just many of the R&B hits. He is definitely not new to the industry.

  2. omit “just”

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