It is now almost two years since singer David Vandyck still a radiosingle released. Despite more than 120 concerts a year it was for David, a conscious choice to just withdraw and musical to recharge your batteries. A transformation that also looks showed with a slightly tough look. “I am this year 40, again a small milestone, and after more than 10 years on the stage, it was for me also the time to make choices and more to do with where my heart really lies,” says David Vandyck.
Behind the scenes was already clear that one and the other one is evolving around the Flemish singer. Beginning 2017, he changed management and he put his signature under a new record deal with Warner Music Benelux, where among other things, Clouseau, Selah Sue, and internationally, Bruno Mars, Coldplay and Ed Sheeran will be housed.
That the fans of David on hot coals to new material to hear, it is evident from the numerous comments via his Facebook and Instagram accounts. Since a few months everyone can namely the musical transformation and adventures with experience for weekly shows David through his channel on YouTube is a fun videovlog rather that the audience takes in making his new, and also already fourth, studio album.
Showbizzsite.be can you are now for the first time, more info about the plans of David Vandyck, and who are particularly called. Because in David’s latest vlog, he makes known for the new album, working with no one less than Gordon Groothedde. This Dutch producer is responsible for the last two albums of David’s great example Marco Borsato, but also for almost all of the material of Nick & Simon. He also worked together with Armin Van Buuren, Katie Melua, Snoop Dogg, Golden Earring and Blöf. “When my labelboss asked me who my musical heroes are, it was for me a dream to be with Gordon to be able to work. Meanwhile, we are all a lot of time together at work on new songs and a new sound. The click between us leads to amazingly beautiful songs!”, going to David. Dreams are so not a fraud for David, who, according to Martin Jessurun, president of Warner Music Benelux, a new poulain fully see burst.