B. Devinchi was born and raised in Trenton, New Jersey. He’s a young, aggressive, poetic, lyrical, and fun-loving artist that use his lyrical versatility to appeal to different crowds and different situations of life.
- What can we expect from the “Live 609” video?
a. You should expect a lot of energy and fun. I want this visual to be different from everything I ever done this far.
- Will your next album be similar to The Journal, Vol. 1?
a. No, my next album will have more energy and addressing an aspect of life I feel I haven’t displayed in the journal. New sounds and better production.
- What are you most focused on right now in terms of music?
a. I most focused on getting to that next level of my life and career. I enjoy the journey of my destiny, so I’m always focused on progressing to my next level and conquering those obstacles to achieve my goal to move forward.
- Who are some of your musical inspirations and why?
a. I’m inspired by many musicians, but my biggest musical inspirations would be the Great Young Farr because he ignited the passion within me to start composing and recording music. Young Farr introduced me to the music of another one of my big music inspirations 50 Cent. I’m musically inspired by 50 Cent because of his perseverance, determination, and innovative style to dominate the entertainment business. I’m also inspired by The Weeknd too because his vibe is legendary.
- Who are some of the artists you’re listening to currently? What about their music stands out to you?
a. Honestly, I’m in my creative zone so I’m not actually listening to anyone in particular at the moment. Any music outside of myself and my camp will stand out to me because it’s not us and I never heard it.
- You clearly had a rough family life, do you think it’s made you into a better artist? How has it effected your music?
a. The obstacles in my life in general helped my become a better person which transferred into my process of creating music. My experiences give me a testimony to help people with my music, so my life in general effects my music by giving listeners something they can relate to rather it’s family or just life.
- What did you take away most from your time in the “Hard-Knock Soldiers” group?
a. What took away most was if you want it, YOU gotta get it and it’s no depending on anyone to give you anything.
- What’s the biggest challenge breaking into the music industry as a solo artist?
a. My biggest challenge is building a team that trust my vision for my music, my brand, and my career.
- What do you enjoy more, creating music and the process or performing? Why one over the other?
a. Aww that’s a good question because creating music is my therapy, but performing is my drug. I enjoy performing more though because I love feeling the good vibes and support of the people.
- There’s obviously a lot going on in the world politically, do you think it’s important to promote unity through music?
a. Yes, promoting unity is very important! Music is unity and being blessed to have the talent to express myself through this art form gives me the responsibility to bring people together in the most beautiful way of sound.
- What do you consider “successful” in the music industry of today?
a. I consider success in the music industry of today is having my music, legacy, and brands positively inspire the world centuries after I’m gone, while maintaining a positive comfortable stable life for my family and I while I’m living.
- What do you want your fans to remember you by? What type of legacy do you want to leave?
a. I want my fans to remember me by positively uplifting the world and passing it forward. I don’t know what people will take from my legacy, but I want it to leave a positive example for a unified inspired world of peace and harmony.
Be sure to check out one of his latest tracks “Too Much” (prod. XXXProductions):