Today's guest is Singer-Songwriter/Entrepreneur Vincent Berry II. He has worked with artists such as Beyonce, Kanye West, Justin Bieber, and more. In today's.
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When Beyonce released her latest album, “Lemonade,” many saw the project – particularly a tender ballad about reconciliation and forgiveness entitled “Sandcastles” – as confirmation that tabloid speculation about her husband Jay Z’s infidelities... It was, after all, one of the album’s most emotional tracks. In her film released as a companion to the album (also titled “Lemonade”), “Sandcastles” featured Jay embracing his tearful wife and lying at her feet – the most intimate of displays for pop’s most intensely private couple. “Sandcastles,” however, was originally about another man’s heartache. Vincent Berry II promised himself it would be the final song he’d write about his ex-girlfriend. Little did he know at the time that such a painful chapter of his life would translate into the most successful moment of his career. See the most-read stories in Entertainment this hour >>. Berry was homeless when the song made its way to Beyonce last year, and uncertain how, or if, “Sandcastles” would be ever be used. “When someone sings your song, it’s incredible,” said Berry. “But when the biggest artist in the world sings your song, it’s really a defining moment for yourself that you know you’re supposed to be doing what you’re doing. The idea for the song came when Berry, 30, was working with poet-rapper-actor Malik Yusef. It was early last year when Yusef pitched an idea for a song called “We Built Sandcastles That Washed Away. Gathered at a piano, Yusef sang the gospel-influenced lyrics he’d come up with -- words that “opened a wound” for Berry. “I hadn’t really healed,” Berry recalled of a 10-year relationship that ended long ago. “I said, ‘You know what, this is my last time writing a song about this girl,” he continued. The record was originally intended for R&B singer Teyana Taylor, although Berry believed it needed Beyonce’s voice, even if he’d never met the superstar before. Berry got invited to another studio session where he was introduced to another songwriter, Midian Mathers. He played her the record. “When she heard it, she started crying,” he said. The trio then developed the song further and Mathers sang it at a showcase. Later, Mathers had a meeting at music publishing company BMG and connects with A&R executive Teresa LaBarbera Whites, who famously discovered and signed Beyonce and Destiny’s Child to Columbia Records. When Whites told Mathers about the records she was scouting for Beyonce’s forthcoming album, Mathers played her “Sandcastles. “Midian was like he’s gonna kill me and he didn’t give permission but I think this is the kind of song Beyonce needs to sing,” Berry said with a laugh. I did this song to heal myself and I think that’s what people are experiencing when they hear it. ”. Although Berry was close to landing the biggest placement of his career, he had to keep it secret for more than a year. As Beyonce worked on the project – she received “Sandcastles” in February 2015, Berry said -- the songwriter knew he wanted to keep ownership of the record instead of signing a publishing agreement, but that meant making great sacrifices. That meant being homeless and sleeping in cars and garages and studios and that’s what I was willing to do,” said Berry, who now lives in Woodland Hills. “I knew I couldn’t sign a publishing deal knowing what they are -- essentially a high-interest loan. While he waited, and couch-surfed, Berry placed records with Nico & Vinz, Shaggy and Mary J. Blige. And then he got the call he was waiting for: The record he co-wrote landed on the album, and he would share a production credit with Beyonce. On the final version of the record, which Berry heard ahead of the album’s April release, Beyonce wrote a more hopeful ending than the one Berry originally penned. “And your heart is broken cause I walked away / Show me your scars and I won't walk away,” Beyonce sang. “And I know I promised that I couldn't stay, baby / [But] every promise don't work out that way. But my relationship wasn’t between a husband and a wife,” Berry said of the song’s original somber ending. “She’s singing about a husband, and there’s a different desire to hold on to that relationship. Naturally, landing the high-profile placement has greatly affected Berry’s stock.
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Vincent Berry (né le 28 septembre 1986) est un acteur américain.
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