Announced earlier this week, Vincent Mason signed a record deal with Interscope Records/UMG Nashville/Music Soup and releases his debut EP Can’t Just Be Me available everywhere today. The six-song project includes previously released tracks “Hell is a Dance Floor”, “Livin’ Proof”, and “May Be.” Entirely penned and co-produced by Mason, the EP encapsulates his relatable journey to finding love and the fun he’s having along the way. Using emotionally vulnerable lyrics and catchy melodies, the Georgia native “is off to a commanding start to his career” (Country Central) and showcases the past few years of his life and the lessons he has learned thus far.

    Listen to Can’t Just Be Me EP HERE.

    “This EP is a great representation of everything that’s happened from when I first started writing songs up until now. I’m thankful to have the opportunity to co-produce for the first time alongside Brett Truitt,” Mason explains. “The music sounds exactly how I envisioned and I’m excited to mark this moment in time and have it to look back on one day.”

    “I’m so grateful to have Interscope, Universal Nashville, and Music Soup help bring our vision to life and keep building on what we’ve started,” Mason says of his recent signing. “I couldn’t feel better about the team around me and I’m excited to get to work.”

    His break-out single “Hell is a Dance Floor,” which has amassed over 17 million combined global streams, introduced his ability to use “soul-stirring lyrics and infectious energy” (All Country News). Mason was one of only 12 unsigned country artists to rack up over 1 million U.S. On-Demand first-week streams on a track since 2021.

    Mason toured alongside Ashley Cooke in 2023 and closed out the year with shows opening for Parker McCollum and Niko Moon. As he continues to share his music on stage, he will open for Miranda Lambert in July then Gavin Adcock on his entire fall leg tour. He is also on the bill for festivals this summer including CMA Fest. For full tour dates head to his website.

    Can’t Just Be Me Tracklist

    1. May Be (Vincent Mason, Jared Scott, and Brett Truitt)


    1. Hell is a Dance Floor (Vincent Mason and Chase McDaniel)


    1. Livin’ Proof (Vincent Mason, Forrest Finn, Joe Whelan, and Brett Truitt)


    1. Take Too Much (Vincent Mason and Bobby Hambrick)


    1. Can’t Just Be Me (Vincent Mason)


    1. Really Don’t Love Me (Vincent Mason, Forrest Finn, and Jack Hummel)



    Growing up right outside of Atlanta in Roswell, Georgia, Vincent Mason was inspired early by movie soundtracks and how each song perfectly fit into the storyline. These core memories of listening to music as a child all led this rising artist to grab a guitar in college and start to realize his true potential.


    Fusing his influences like Parker McCollum and John Mayer, his southern country side blends perfectly with the singer-songwriter’s pop sensibilities – creating a fresh new sound that’s becoming incredibly popular in the genre. The 23-year-old taps into his life experiences to curate a narrative true to country storytelling. His latest release,  “Hell is a Dance Floor” has amassed over 17 million streams since its release at the end of February, making this his biggest breakout moment so far. The song has been supported by major editorial playlists including Spotify’s New Boots, Breakout Country, and Next From Nashville as well as Apple Music’s Country Risers and New In Country.

    Now growing his team, Vincent has recently inked deals with Interscope Records/UMG Nashville/Music Soup as well as a worldwide publishing deal with Concord Music Publishing/Hang Your Hat Music.

    He toured alongside Ashley Cooke in 2023 and closed out the year with shows opening for Parker McCollum, Niko Moon, and Gavin Adcock – with much more to come in the summer months. He’s on the bill at Headwaters Country Jam as well as Redwest Festival.  With more music on the way, this passionate writer and artist sets out to stay true to his influences as well as his story to deliver a powerful message through his music to his growing audience.