Los Angeles’s Vice has really secured his career in house music Coming from roots in remixing hip hop, to more recently diving into electro and progressive club music, he's an artist who continually pushes himself to find the next best sound. Proactively chasing musical newness, Vice is an artist who constantly switches up his style, making production choices that fit his personal style and the right moment. Take his remix of Schoolboy Q's "Hell Of A Night," where house meets hip hop, or his unique take on pop and dance in "Find A Way" from earlier this summer – each has a seasoned point of view, and a nod to dance music that isn't forced.
Vice released his latest original not so long ago via Ultra Music, and it's another track that shows his prowess over creating a track that's catchy and authentic. "Bright Lights" is a major collaboration with R&B songstress Estelle, and in turn, fuses funky beats with soulful vocals whose lyrics support them with a strong declarative notion. In celebration of the release You can download Vice's latest here, and listen to his special guest mix below or via our SoundCloud page.
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