Reva DeVito, ‘The Supply’, May 29th 2020
Hailing from Portland but now residing in Los Angeles, Reva DeVito delivers melodies that feel like the top down on a sunny day, offering a diverse array of music with a soulful backbone, she is consistently known for delivering bops and her latest offering The Supply embodies this.
Having worked with producers such as Kaytranada, Young Franco and B.Bravo, Reva has garnered over 10 million Spotify streams and her last EP The Move has been featured on multiple Spotify editorial and noteworthy playlists. She’s been touring the world as a featured vocalist for Miami Horror, whilst simultaneously in the studio curating her next body of work, spending the past year or so dedicated to creating music that feels right, letting go of the outside narratives and focusing on music that feels good to her heart and spirit.
Following on from earlier 2020 release Bet You Stay, Reva DeVito’s The Supply is a sultry, smooth R&B offering, speaking on the release, she says The Supply is about work ethic. It's about being a woman in today's climate and working as hard as you can to support your endeavors and fund your dreams. One thing I've learned is it is very rare to be handed your career. Most of us have to hustle on the side to pay for the multiple layers that make up our dreams. The Supply encourages a positive outlook on funding your dreams, whatever they may be.