Queer R&B dripping in sensuality & harmonies. Vincent Coleman is a soul singer from the Leimart Park (Los Angeles) area. He knew from the age of 3 / 4 that he was going to be a singer. At the age of 11, he added the songwriter skill to his repertoire.
As a singer / songwriter, Vincent is currently exploring the landscape of lust vs. love. With songs like, “Eventually,” “Little Eyes,” and “HUNGRY, THIRSTY, LOVE” Vincent is well on his way to building a community of emotionally honest Booh Bears (?). The depth and brutal honestly of his songs creates a mood of sensual freedom.
In addition to being a singer / songwriter, he recently released a book of poetry called, “(in)capable of love.” where he navigates his family’s relationship with his homosexuality. Learn more about this multi-faceted artist on the latest episode of Uncensored Visionary: A LGBTQ podcast.