It’s not often you feel humbled by a rapper’s presence, but in the case of up and coming 27 year old rapper Devi you can definitely feel calmness in his person… after weeks of chasing Devi I finally caught up with him.
And the second is part of the duo with fellow Rapper Crime for GTS Mob entitled “Killer Instinct”can be downloaded here http://crimedevi.bandcamp.com/
“Gyal Love me” is one not to be reckoned with a mixture of Jamaican patois and London Street, inventive, then there are his imaginative hooks;“Gyal Love Me Love me so Bad” I find it irresistible when a Musician acknowledges and embraces their heritage and Devi does that with this track.
The next is an acknowledgement to the street life and the gun life many lead this no doubtly is my favorite track on the album as it eloquently clarifies for the listener.
“Call of duty Life” many men are desperately trying to escape from, this track spells out the life many may face but incorporates the clever usage of words the listener can relate to.“Call Of Duty” Is indeed a computer game and Devi’s reference to “Chromes” is no Incident this is a version of the computer game “Chrome vision” Superb use of wording if I do say so myself very clever, this album gives the listener the perimeter to understand the life many males lead.
Within the next five years and without a doubt Devi perceives himself,working within the entertainment industry hopefully by being an artist but he is clearly keeping his options ions open and insists that
“I am learning new skills within the industry, just got my first studio which I make good use of each and everyday so my knowledge for music is building engineering could be a future option.”
Devi is going to be called the “Hook master word smith” because Devi to me embodies his own tracks by selecting music carefully and then writing to the tracks fervently, which means he has a lot more chronicles ahead of him within the music game and I will definitely be listening I will be hopefully you will be too…