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Zachisfruity

This is yet again another hit from DEV, I can't wait for The Night The Sun Came Up!

Another catchy hit!

Dev definitely knows how to keep people dancing. I think this song is great, it has a much different sound from "In The Dark" & "Naked". I think that's what makes her so special, she always changes up her tracks but keeps that signature Dev-singing style. If you've liked any of her previous hits, check this out! Can't wait for the album! x.

More Rock than her usual Hip-Hop/Rap

The whistling was unusual and the tempo is slower than her usual songs. I'm not sure if I like it, but props to her for trying something new.

Biography

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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Take Her from You - Single, Dev
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Mar 20, 2012

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