…I wanted to create these songs in hopes of bettering myself and my ego. When you’re still harbouring everything from your last relationship, it creates blockages that puts you in a space where you’re not able to move forward.
The gifted R&B/Soul singer-songwriter Devin Tracy released a solid four-track extended play called ‘Don’t Take It Personal’ earlier this month. His self-released project explores fear (‘personal intro’), being a team player (‘nlm’), compromising (‘easy’), and self-care (‘therapy’). Its production is heavenly, familiar (‘goofy ass’ samples Clipse’s ‘When The Last Time‘), and subtle. If you’re a fan of sultry new wave R&B/Soul music, you may enjoy his latest offering. Press play to fall in love with the hazy soundscapes, providing a peaceful experience this weekend.
After hearing the drums on ‘nlm’, I want to hear Devin Tracy collaborate with Jay Versace and Anderson Paak.
Currently based in Los Angeles, Devin Tracy cultivated his sound studying Jazz and vocals in the City of New York. From his early viral releases with Soulection ‘That’s Not Us’, ‘GoodLovinn’ and ‘TakeMee’ in 2017, Devin has since received placements in Bryson Tiller’s album ‘Anniversary’ with ‘Things Change’ along with hit shows like ‘Dear White People’ on NETFLIX, HBO series ‘I May Destroy You’ and the new hit series on STARZ ‘RunTheWorld’. It’s safe to say that Devin Tracy is finally ready to step into the spotlight to deliver an emotionally vulnerable and unforgetting performance that will only leave R&B lovers wanting more.