GIRLZLUHDEV DROPS BUBBLING NEW SINGLE
DAY 1 STARTER (FEAT. REMBLE)
Young 17-year-old Inland Empire rapper GirlzLuhDev returns with the energetic single Day 1 Starter: featuring rising L.A. MC Remble. A lively verbal showcase, the single finds the two slick MCs spitting dazzling verses that spiral around an airy West Coast beat. Listen here and watch the video here via Capitol Records. In the accompanying video the two display their chemistry proudly. It’s the kind of regional connection you can’t force. Blessed with a slinky voice and unteachable confidence, ex-basketball star Dev proves once again he’s ready to drive his talents to the top of the rap game.
Day 1 Starter (feat. Remble) is an athletic track: Remble grapples with the beat like a wrestler, Dev floats over it like a boxer on his toes. And when they trade bars, it’s an all-out brawl. He talkin’ too loud, I let my 40 bark him, Dev sneers. Remble fires back, You wanna fade, my chopper Ronda Rousey. Dev uses bobs and weaves through his trademark basketball references, lending the track that fun, head-spinning energy that informs all of his most infectious songs. In the video, directed by Nick Medina, Dev and Remble hang on a quiet block, demonstrating their cool chemistry and quiet confidence as they play dice and flex.
Day 1 Starter (feat. Remble) follows Dev’s recent singles, Mario Chalmersand Tonight, the latest installments in a year of overwhelming success for the 17-year-old. Much of his acclaim has followed his viral single Tooka, which launched him from local stardom to the national spotlight and earned him a deal with Capitol Records. Day 1 Starter (feat. Remble) is another worthy follow-up to his hit’s boundless energy, a sign of a future that gets brighter by the day.
GirlzLuhDev is a rapper, singer, ex-basketball star, and quite possibly America’s next great hitmaker. Oh, and he’s a senior in high school. The 17-year-old artist from California’s Inland Empire is a year into making music but has already landed a viral hit, the raunchy but blissed out Tooka, which scored over two million SoundCloud streams in 10 months. Supported by simple beats and rich keys, he parlays his youthful energy into a bright blend of bars, warbled melodies, and ad libs that sounds like smack talk beamed down from a distant planet. It’s sunbaked West Coast street rap meets the wonky charm of a kid with nothing to lose. Signed to Capitol Records, Dev has his sights set on the national spotlight.