Named one of “America’s Best DJs,” the LA native may perform on stage at some of the hottest clubs across the country, performing for sold-out audiences in major cities, but his presence can be felt everywhere – from the center of the crowd to the heart of the music that he creates, blends, and produces. “I’m that person who always pictures myself in the crowd,” Vice explains. “I’m not just the one standing and playing for everyone. As I approach each song I think, ‘How would I want this record played?’ And then I put my own unique spin on it.
Vice’s music has the distinct ability to take listeners around the world to places such as Ibiza, Tokyo, London, and Hong Kong, like he did with his hit song “World Is Our Playground.” Whether it’s a fast-paced EDM song or a relaxing poolside beat, there’s a hint of adventure in every song that takes listeners to the various places that Vice has been to. He has the ability to switch between different types of music genres, providing his audience with an experience similar to Coachella …except you won’t have to travel from stage to stage in order to experience that variety of music – you’ll simply dance till the sun comes up in one place.
Vice doesn’t confine himself to just type of Artist, recently releasing the melodic track “Bright Lights” with British singer-songwriter Estelle as well as “Bad Love” featuring up and coming indie singer Caitlyn Scarlett. He’s worked with everyone from Rihanna, Capitol Cities, and Linkin Park to Kelly Rowland. Having signed recently with Atlantic/APG, Vice continues to release music that compliments his genre-bending sound. His single with Youtube songstress, Jasmine Thompson & Skizzy Mars, “Steady 1234” has been received well and won Musical.ly’s Next Wave November competition. Mostly recently his single, “Obsession” with Jon Bellion has amassed millions of streams and become a crowd favorite. By constantly reinventing and updating his music, Vice always remains a key player in the game.
“It’s just a feeling that overcomes your whole body,” he says. “It touches and transcends into me, and I’ve caught everyone on the same wavelength. I do what I love and I love what I do.”