Not much feels better than the freshness of new, budding love, and South London R&B singer James Vickery captures that magic on his new single “Something Good.”
The sultry, slinky record, produced and written with Maths Time Joy (Mahalia, Gallant, Sinead Harnett), sees Vickery showcasing breathy, harmonious vocals while capturing the bliss of a romance that has found its stride.
“Something Good is a song that’s very personal to me, and written about a past relationship of mine,” Vickery said. “It’s about that point in a relationship where everything feels really good, but you can’t quite put your finger on exactly what it is.”
Vickery’s performance on COLORS from June 2018 has earned 13 million YouTube views, including from his future partners at TH3RD BRAIN and Roc Nation. Since then he had sold out the Jazz Cafe in London and performed at Glastonbury Festival. He’s currently working on his debut album, which will have collaboration with the likes of Kenny Beats, Nate Fox, Pomo, NAO, SG Lewis and more.
Listen to “Something Good” below.