In 2012, Vincent Tomas recorded his highly anticipated debut album "Under The Lights" in Hollywood, California with producer D. Valentine who has worked with Britney Spears, Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, J-Lo, Katherine McPhee, Gloria Trevi, Ivy Queen, The Billboard Awards, Univision, BET, Disney Channel, MTV, FOX, NBC, Universal, and Warner Bros. Adding to the unique sound quality is mixer 'C-Sik' who is also widely known for his work on legendary Hip Hop and R&B tracks with Fall Out Boy, Symbolyc One, Swizz-Beats and Busta Rhymes.
Through the course of Vincent's music career, he was thrust into instant fame as the youngest member of the Multi-Platinum Boy Band Us5. He recorded 7 hit singles and two albums in Berlin, Germany. His career includes accolades and awards from around the world, earning him a place in the Grammy Recording Academy.
As a solo-artist, in 2009, Vincent released his first single "Hypnotic Body" with bonus tracks "Nothing Human" and Hypnotic Body Re-Mix. "Hypnotic Body" was released on iTunes and distributed by Sony Europe. "Hypnotic Body" was so popular it became the official song for the Miss Germany Pageant. Vincent's tour included Press events with Popcorn Magazine and Madchen Magazine, Autograph Signings sponsored by Media Markt. and countless appearances in Austria and Germany. Vincent appeared on Kika Television as a celebrity guest performer for "Dancing With the Stars" teens. He attended numerous red-carpet and television events and he performed as the headline celebrity guest at the Eurovision finale.
In 2006, Vincent Tomas joined the group Us5, created by Lou Pearlman who was responsible for creating the legends Backstreet Boys and N'SYNC. He joined the band and relocated to Berlin, Germany where he resided for nearly three years. Vincent recorded his first single "I'm With You" and performed live at the D.O.M.E. in Vienna, Austria to a screaming crowd of 20,000 fans. His first album recorded in Berlin titled "In Control Reloaded" sold millions of copies worldwide. Followed by the second album, "Around The World". The first hit single and music video "Too Much Heaven" came as a result of the collaboration with Robin Gibb of the famed Bee Gees. Followed by the single and video "Round and Round". Finally, the smash single and video "The Boys Are Back" from the sensational Disney Movie, High School Musical 3, and placement on the official Disney Soundtrack worldwide, which was #1 on the charts. The group toured throughout Europe and Asia, including performances to crowds of more than 60,000 fans at Wembley and O2 Arena.