|Born||January 27, 1973|
|Origin||Newark, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Occupation(s)||Record executive, songwriter, record producer|
Vincent Herbert (born January 27, 1973) is an American songwriter, record producer, record executive, and founder of Streamline Records, an imprint of Interscope Records. Vincent attended Cambridge Christian School for his middle and high school years. He earned the nickname "the water bottle", from his peers and was also senior class president.
He has worked with artists such as Aaliyah, Tatyana Ali, Toni Braxton, Destinee & Paris, Destiny's Child, Dream, Hi-Five, JoJo, Mindless Behavior, OMG Girlz, Mishon Ratliff as well as Lady Gaga and his ex-wife, Tamar Braxton.
Among other work, Herbert co-starred with his ex-wife in their WE tv reality series Tamar & Vince , a spinoff of her family's reality show Braxton Family Values, which premiered on the network on September 20, 2012. Herbert also managed his ex-wife, Tamar Braxton's career, and served as an executive producer on her second studio album Love and War which was released on his record label Streamline Records coincide with its parent label Interscope Records and Epic Records (all jointly signed Tamar as an artist to each label).
Herbert married singer Tamar Braxton, in 2008. The couple's son Logan Vincent Herbert was born in 2013. In October 2017, Braxton filed for divorce from Herbert, citing "irreconcilable differences" and is seeking joint custody of their son. Their divorce was finalized on July 16, 2019.
|1979||Between Us||Murray Head||Composer|
|1991||A Closer Look||Babyface||Remixing|
|1992||Time for Love||Freddie Jackson||Producer, Composer|
|1992||Sexy Versus||Al B. Sure!||Producer|
|1992||Keep It Goin' On||Hi-Five||Producer, Composer|
|1993||Toni Braxton||Toni Braxton||Producer, Mixing, Remixing, Composer|
|1993||Something on the Inside||Vanessa Bell Armstrong||Producer, Drums, Composer|
|1993||Me-2-U||Me-2-U||Mixing, Programming, Drum Programming, Vocals (Background), Composer|
|1993||Friends Can Be Lovers||Dionne Warwick||Producer|
|1998||Angie & Debbie||Angie & Debbie Winans||Producer, Mixing|
|1993||All Out||The Winans||Producer, Mixing|
|1994||Smoothe Sylk||Smoothe Sylk||Producer, Arranger, Multi Instruments, Performer, Composer, Primary Artist|
|1994||N II U||N II U||Composer|
|1995||"There Will Never Be" [CD/Vinyl Single]||N II U||Producer, Executive Producer, Composer|
|1995||Here I Am||Joya||Executive Producer|
|1995||Deborah Cox||Deborah Cox||Drums, Producer|
|1996||Vybin' Young Soul Rebels||Producer, Composer|
|1996||Uptown Records Block Party, Vol. 1||Composer|
|1996||One in a Million||Aaliyah||Producer, Mixing|
|1997||This Is Christmas!||United States Air Force Symphony Orchestra||Composer|
|1997||No, No, No [4 Track #1]||Destiny's Child||Producer, Composer|
|1997||My Dream||Yvette Michele||Producer, Mixing, Composer|
|1998||Rush Hour [Original Soundtrack]||Producer, Arranger, Vocal Arrangement|
|1998||Mo'hogany||Monifah||Producer, Mixing, Vocal Producer, Composer|
|1998||MTV Party to Go 1999||Composer|
|1998||Let's Ride||Montell Jordan||Composer|
|1998||Kiss the Sky||Tatyana Ali||Producer, Composer|
|1998||KW||Keith Washington||Producer, Multi Instruments, Composer|
|1998||I Got the Hook Up||Producer, Multi Instruments|
|1998||Destiny's Child||Destiny's Child||Producer, Composer|
|1998||DJ Mix '99||Composer|
|1998||Boss Beats, Vol. 2||Composer|
|1998||Any Weather||4Kast||Producer, Composer|
|1999||The Writing's on the Wall||Destiny's Child||Composer|
|1999||The P.J.'s||Producer, Mixing, Composer|
|1999||The Best of Black '98||Composer|
|1999||Summer Heat 1999, Vol. 1||Producer|
|1999||Pure Swing: The Very Best of 90's||Composer|
|1999||Introducing IMx||IMx||Producer, Mixing, Composer|
|1999||Classic Limited Edition||Made Men||Producer|
|1999||Back to the Real||Reel Tight||Composer|
|2000||He Loves U Not [US CD/12"]||Dream||Associate Executive Producer|
|2000||ESP||The System||Producer, Composer|
|2001||Pure R&B, Vol. 2||Composer|
|2001||It Was All a Dream||Dream||Producer, Associate Executive Producer|
|2001||He Loves U Not [Import CD]||Dream||Associate Executive Producer|
|2001||Greatest Hits||Immature||Producer, Composer|
|2001||Continuous Mix Tribute to Destiny's Child||DJ Revolver||Composer|
|2001||A Tribute to Destiny's Child||Composer|
|2006||Too Little Too Late||JoJo||Producer|
|2010||"Alejandro"||Lady Gaga||Executive Producer, A&R|
|2013||Defected Presents for the Love of House, Vol. 1||Composer|
|2013||The One/Love and War||Tamar Braxton||Executive Producer|
|2017||4 to the Floor presents Movin' Records||Composer|
- "Vincent Herbert | About". vincentherbert.com. Retrieved 2017-08-17.
- "Tamar Braxton Inks Deal With Interscope Records". 17 September 2012.
- Associated Press (October 26, 2017). "Tamar Braxton Files for Divorce From Husband-Manager Vincent Herbert". Billboard. United States: Prometheus Global Media. Archived from the original on October 26, 2017. Retrieved October 26, 2017.
- "Tamar Braxton is Officially Single". Tmz.com. Retrieved 23 January 2021.
- "Tamar Braxton lands new TV show". Rollingout.com. 6 March 2019. Retrieved 23 January 2021.
- "Vincent Herbert". AllMusic. Retrieved 2017-08-17.