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Music video released for the love song of the Fall
Chaka Khan songwriter and DVous Music create a powerful pop love song
BETHANY BEACH, DE — The official music video for "When I Loved You" debuted at 4 pm EST on Sep. 18. Critics are already raving about the song that was released Sep. 9. It is being played on over a dozen online radio stations around the globe, including Iconix Radio in Houston, TX. The Tinnitist is Canada's foremost music critic who is featuring it on his blog and his Top 200 playlist on Spotify.
Daniel Vincent of DVous Music wrote and produced a song last year that needed lyrics and vocals. Ashley Toman’s ad appeared on Instagram, and a year later, a highly acclaimed love song burst onto the pop music scene on Sep. 9. “I heard Ashley’s magical voice, saw that she had written for Chaka Khan, and performed in her music video in 2019. Her lyrics and voice are a masterpiece,” said Vincent.
Toman commented, “I pour my soul into songwriting, and I feel this tune will touch a lot of hearts. Hard work went into getting this piece to the finish line.” The song hit major music services on Sep. 9.
About Daniel Vincent and Ashley Toman
Both Ashley and Daniel have been individually performing and creating music professionally for many years. Toman spent time in Nashville, and after college, she began hitting open mic nights across her hometown of Houston, TX. She was awarded Houston Press Best New artist in 2017. She has written for Disney and Lifetime TV Network and has a published her own songs. Most recently she had a piece featured on the CW’s All-American: Homecoming.
Vincent has played in Pittsburgh and at presidential inauguration events as a jazz keyboardist. In 2021 he started publishing the music he had been working on for years. He has released an electronic dance music album, The Intensity Project, and several singles.
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Introducing Daniel Vincent and DVous Music
Daniel Vincent has more than 40 years of award-winning professional experience as a performer, composer, and producer. His formal training was in Classical and Jazz, and he gravitated toward Electronic over the years. He began keyboard lessons at six years of age as a way to help cure his dyslexia.
He is independent, unsigned, and publishes on his private label, DVous Music. With a variety of new music that deviates from the norm and “DV” being Daniel’s initials, it became a natural fit for the name, DVous Music.
When he was a teenager, a family friend brought tapes of Pat Metheny, Jean-Michel Jarre, Chick Corea, Tangerine Dream, and Manheim Steamroller to his home. That convergence of music was captivating for Vincent. Specifically, the "As Falls Wichita, As Falls Wichita Falls" album by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays sparked his interest, because it wasn't like any Jazz that he had heard to that point. Then he learned about Michael Jackson, Chaka Khan, Earth, Wind & Fire, Janet Jackson, Prince, and others that brought about his love for dance music.
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