Vincent Le’Carl Berry II (born August 1, 1985) is an [[United States|American]] [[singer-songwriter]], [[composer]], and [[record producer]]. Founder of Press Play, Inc., a Los Angeles-based entertainment company that produces content through artist development and song composition. He was born in [[Detroit]], [[Michigan]]. He currently resides in [[Los Angeles]]. College: [[Morehouse College]], Major: [[Business Administration]], Concentration: [[Accounting]]
Berry has written/produced for [[Bryan-Michael Cox]], [[J. Que Smith]], [[Drumma Boy]], [[Harold Lilly]], [[Wrightrax]], [[Chuck Alkazian]], [[Infinity]], ([[Star Trak Entertainment]]), [[Karen Clark Sheard]], [[Kierra Sheard]], [[James Fortune]], [[Kreesha Turner]], [[Mike Winans. Jr.]], [[Shana Wilson]], [[Tim Bowman Jr]], , [[Gayle Brannan]], and [[Mitchell Jones]] of the gospel group [[Commissioned (gospel group)|]].
== Musical style and influences ==
Berry music influences consist of such music creators as, [[Hillsong Church|Hillsong]], [[Chris Tomlin]], [[Charlie Pride]], [[Rodney Jerkins]], [[Barrett Strong]], [[Smokey Robinson]], [[Holland-Dozier-Holland]], [[Sam Cook]], [[Rascal Flatts]], [[Craig Wiseman]], [[Michael Jackson]] and [[R. Kelly]].
Motivated by many panels of several music industry professionals encouraging songwriters to limit their target markets, Berry made it a point to develop his ability to write across many genres. Today, he is widely respected for his innovative approach towards composition and his ability to navigate between styles, without sacrificing the integrity of each prospective genre.