In a few short years, James Vickery has translated a distinctive voice and look, along with a series of successful single and EP releases, into record and publishing deals with LA-based TH3RD BRAIN and Roc Nation. "Turn Me On" is taken from newly-released six-track EP "Overture," his first body of work since becoming a signed artist.
"Turn Me On" is a sultry slow-jam that showcases a diverse range of inspirations for Vickery's new project, from the delicate precision of Sabrina Claudio to the sparse, roots-soul of John Mayer. James Vickery was born deaf in his left ear, and despite this significant hardship, has risen through the indie ranks to become one of Complex's British R&B/Soul Artists to watch out for in 2020. This South London native is getting ready to put out a full-length release in the new year, and wants his fans to know that this is just the beginning. His unforgettable voice and experimental approach to songwriting create a sense of anticipation with every new release. "Turn Me On," a collaboration with Sad Money, finds Vickery laying deep triplet grooves in the anticipation of romantic pleasure, as we explore the raw power of physical communion and a delicious moment of intimacy.