Brazilian Chart-Topper Vintage Culture Announces Debut Album Coming In 2023

Brazilian chart-topper Vintage Culture just announced his plans to release his debut album in 2023. The announcement comes with his smooth new single from the project, “If I Live Forever.”

Vintage Culture received his big break in 2019 after a string of successful remixes including The XX’s “Intro.” Since then, he’s collaborated with some of the biggest names in dance music like Tiësto, Sonny Fodera, Anabel Englund, and, most recently, Swedish House Mafia.

Now he’s teasing what to expect on the debut album with “If I Live Forever,” featuring UK singer-songwriter Izzy Bizu. The song is driving and melodic, with Brazilian drum-inspired percussion and a huge, signature build. Bizu’s raspy and emotional voice further adds an element of dreaminess to the track that has many excited for the full debut work.

Bizu stated on social media, “‘If I Live Forever’ is about feeling blue about the loss of my father. It was originally acoustic then I sang it in the studio, over a dance beat and it turned into something more hopeful and euphoric. For anyone that’s lost someone I hope this helps you keep their soul alive.”

Listen to “If I Live Forever,” the first single off Vintage Culture’s debut album, below:

Featured image from Vintage Culture, photo credit drakee

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