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Nashville Producer and DJ Jack Vice Makes His Debut with Nostalgic Single “Used To”

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Jack Vice is an emerging music producer and DJ based in Nashville, TN and already making big moves at the mere age of 21. This Buffalo, New York native moved to Tennessee to study MTSU and pursue a career in the EDM music industry. Sparking the start of summer in Nashville, earlier this month Jack opened up for Mija for a rooftop event hosted by BLNK CNVS Presents, “a South Florida based event and promotion company with a focus on unique experiences, culture and live music.” Soon Jack will be playing his second show of the summer with SNBRN, so if you’re downtown Nashville Thursday July 8th, here’s your plans.

Jack Vice is excited to share his debut single, “Used To,” via Glasse Factory today, July 2nd, 2021. “Used To” is a strong debut for this emerging DJ. Soft, breathy r&b pop vocals soar over the track as the high-hat hits in a hard house groove over bouncy piano chords and other synth elements. It feels like a carefree track one would blast in their home for a solo dance party to get over a failed relationship, or in a club dancing the night away.

The melodies carry the listener away into a nostalgic spin of feelings. It’s got an old-school house feel, sure to be a hit any time he plays it live, which I’m sure he will! Jack Vice has a few shows in the works coming up this summer, and there’s more where this came from. Make sure to check him out, live or on your preferred streaming platforms. “Used To” is available now everywhere! It’s currently chilling in our Release Radar and Electro Waves playlists for your listening pleasures.

“Used To” is a song inspired by Sonny Fodera and Marc Kinchen. Some of my favorite artist’s bright chords and melodies give the song “windows down driving vibes.” I want people to be able to relax and simply vibe to the song, especially on the beach or the boat for the 4th of July weekend and celebrate!

Jack Vice’s statement on his debut single “Used To”

As written out on the song’s artwork, the lyrics are as follows:

 sorry for being for better mans
 I gave my best but whats it take, but what's it take
 we talk about these complications
 I'm sick of you in every way, in every way
 every time we have a day ourself for a listing
 I know why you like it baby boy
 in the mist, yea
 can be like we used to, like we used to
 can be like we used to, like we used to
 every time we had ourselfs a day for a listing
 I know you like it baby boy in the misting
 can be like we used to, like we used to, yea 

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