Born October 6, 1988 in Brooklyn, New York, Devvon Terrell dreamed of a music career as a boy, and made it happen as a young man. Though he always loved music, he got a computing degree in college. He soon took it upon himself to study audio recording and began altering then current hits. Those productions were posted online and he quickly grew a fan base. He collaborated with Young X on a pair of mixtapes in the early 2010s, and issued his debut EP, The Living Weirdo_o, in 2014. His fusion of pop, R&B, and hip-hop was made apparent on his debut LP, 2015’s Weird Sexy Cool, and its single “Tell You Off”, which featured Witt Lowry. That same year he enjoyed his biggest chart success to that point with the album Coast to Coast, a collaboration with Futuristic the reached the top 10 on the rap charts, number 12 on the R&B chart, and had enough crossover momentum to top out at number 82 on the regular album chart. He enjoyed another top 15 R&B album with EP with The Renaissance in 2016. He continued to release remixes as well as original material on works like 2017’s Weird Nights and 2019’s The Rawe Sound, Vol. 1. With 2020’s Social Distancing Together, he fashioned a love song that addresses concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic with the single “Week 4”.