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Album Review

When it comes to her delivery and overall style, singer Dev falls somewhere between Kesha (the slickness, the street slang) and Robyn (the Euro influence, the ability to go semi-deadpan), which in 2012 is a great place to be. That right place/right time feeling radiates throughout the dance-pop singer's debut album, and while there's a kinetic excitement that makes the opening "Getaway" sound monumental and the following booty number "In My Trunk" sound so sexy, The Night the Sun Came Up bounces between the worlds of Kesha and Robyn without a care for overall flow, as if club tracks that make Kardashian-sized claims ("Lightspeed") always sit best next to soft, heartfelt teenage dreams ("Dancing Shoes"). Maybe they do if forgetting stuff in your locker is still an issue, but thanks to Dev's chameleon-like abilities (she's not the one you take home to mother, and then she is) and production team the Cataracs' keen sense of what makes electro pop, The Night the Sun Came Up is a track-by-track success, offering readily accessible bits of dance-pop sass or dance-pop bliss whenever they're desired.

Customer Reviews

It's Great... But

Where is "Take her from you?" The UK Version got a better tracklist.

You, Dev. Are brilliant!

I really hope that Dev isn't just another wasted talent and people actually buy this album because it is so good! Its fresh and finally doesn't sound like everything else out there! Dev and the Cataracs have have made an amazing album and I hope it gets to number 1 like it deserves!

Are you Kidding Me!!!

All you people that are saying you don't like it I understand if your mad cause some songs aren't on this album, but
with the songs that area up here it is amazing, I love her music all of it from Bass Down Low and Fireball to this new album its
great Dev!!


Born: July 2, 1989 in Tracy, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Los Angeles rapper, singer, and songwriter Dev (aka Devin Star Tailes) makes electronic, hip-hop-influenced, and dance-oriented pop music based around her deadpan vocal delivery. Born in 1989, Dev grew up in Manteca, California, where she focused on swimming, band, and choir during high school. It was while studying English and art history at San Joaquin Delta College that Dev posted a cover of Amy Winehouse's "Blonde Trick" to her MySpace page. The track caught the attention of the alternative hip-hop...
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The Night the Sun Came Up, Dev
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Hip-Hop/Rap, Rock, Dance
  • Released: Mar 26, 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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