Devvon Terrell turns up the “Temperature” in the music video for his latest single, a record from his newly released project, ‘Weird Nights.’ In the clip, directed and shot by Devvon himself, the Brooklyn R&B crooner and his co-star heat up the bedroom, not just because their hot for each other, but also because it’s 3 am and everything is shut down in L.A.
“The video is inspired by the scenario of getting to know someone,” Terrell tells Billboard. “It’s a visually symbolic representation of being on and off in a relationship, with the blue background representing cold and the red representing hot.”
He adds: “Dropping Weird Nights lets the world see the imperfections and vulnerability of myself. I’m finally being honest and that means everything to me. Life is not all about love. Life is not all about money. So for me, I wanna have songs about money, love, friends turning into enemies, family problems… All of those things are real.”
The silky and smooth ballad “Temperature” was produced byTyler Rohn and David Cappia and finds Devvon trying to come to an understanding of where his relationship stands after a turbulent stretch.
Terrell’s new project, Weird Nights, is a collection of thirteen songs showcasing his memories and meaningful experiences.
Devvon Terrell gained internet notoriety by providing his own spin on popular songs; his videos average over 700,000 views per post, with covers of “Work” by Rihanna, “679” by Fetty Wap, and “Sorry” by Justin Bieber as some of his most popular uploads.
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