The new album contains seven tracks, all written and performed by Wess who dedicated the project to his late father. Though the music’s subject matter is influenced by many famous rap artists such as Nas and Jay Z, Wess creates his own lyrics and original beats to form his own distinctive sound.
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The latest announcement is in line with the musician’s vision of writing, producing, and performing hip-hop music that has emotional depth and promotes self-reflection.
De’Vaun Wess is an emerging artist, fresh on the San Diego music scene, who promotes West Coast rap and hip-hop culture in his daily life. He is passionate about creating music that has depth and meaning within its lyrics and entwines this with an original hip-hop flavor.
The new album contains seven tracks, all of which focus heavily on the struggles that many people may face in their everyday lives. Wess wants listeners to relate to the lyrics of his tracks, as he attempts to provoke an emotional response to his music.
One song off the album, entitled ‘Note to Self’, aims to offer hope to those struggling with depression and identity issues.
The subtle approach allows the artist to get his message across in a compelling and relatable fashion. However, the beat and tempo pick up towards the end to signify new beginnings and his hopes for the future.
Wess’ music is available to listen to on various platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube, and Deezer, with previews of all tracks available on his website.
The musician is also active on social media platforms such as Instagram where fans can follow and keep up to date with the latest news and happenings regarding Wess’ new music releases and performances.
Interested parties can find out more by visiting https://www.instagram.com/devaunwess
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