Ah, cuffing season. It’s the time of year when many of us yearn for all the warmth love can deliver as the harsh af winter conditions Canada is famous for looms over our heads.
In his single “Growing Crazy,” Toronto rapper Devontée accurately captures the symptoms one may exhibit when bitten by the cuffing season flu with lyrics like, “may wanna breed her and have offspring.”
The track was produced by Devontée and is the latest drop from his Head Gone album. Directed by Dan LeMoyne, the video features Devontée as a lovestruck man, playfully demonstrating how being in love can affect someone.
“This video is one of my favourites because it really captures me and the kinds of emotions that make up a big part of Head Gone,” said Devontée.
“The dark heavy bass and the catchy melodies relate to all that have ever felt real love before.”
We recently caught up with Devontée to talk about his album, the meaning behind the title Head Gone, and what his artistic goal was with the project. We also learned that Head Gone came to life in a number of different places, including Ayesha and Stephen Curry’s pool house (Ayesha is Devontée’s cousin), Kevin Durant’s home in Oakland (where the whole album was mixed and mastered), and at SOTA (OVO 40’s studio in Toronto). Click here to read the full story.
“Growing Crazy” and Head Gone are available on various digital streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. Check out the new video below.
You can follow @Devontee_WOE on Instagram.
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