Here is a great production video tip, the video looks at the reverse reverb effect. This effect is great for introducing vocals, leads, pads or even snares or cymbals.
This works great when you drop out 2-4 kicks with the reverse reverb playing, then it punches back in with the vocal. In this video example he keeps the reverb on the vocal once reversed back. Another great way to process this trick even more is to add a side-chain to the reverse reverb which is triggered by the kick, this will give it a pumping effect.
A great industry trick that has endless possibilities. Check out the video.
NOTE: If you cut the reverse reverb tail from the bounce and use this for the introduction of the vocal, and then use the dry vocal on a separate channel - you can control the amount of reverb on the vocal specifically.