Artists Spotlight Battle: Devon Hill vs. GREATHOUSE
Devon Hill – “Marvin’s Just A Room”
Devon Hill is proud to describe his style as vintage and unique. Recalling a picture of himself with a microphone at age 1, Hill points to it as a sign of singing being his destiny. With fantastic vocal abilities, his music can be paralleled to that of Chris Brown, and Michael Jackson. Hill’s debut mixtape Believe Me Now is available on all platforms now, and it is a recollection of life’s highs and lows. His message is so stay creative, advising fans to refuse to know any boundaries.
“Marvin’s Just A Room” is a beautiful, strong piece of storytelling and love.
GREATHOUSE – “Forever”
R&B artist GREATHOUSE is an up and coming artist out of the great city of Houston. GREATHOUSE, as he is affectionately known by the music community, is not a new voice to the music scene. With a great sound and style GREATHOUSE delivers melodic R&B with a style that is all his own. GREATHOUSE, the crooning giant has graced the stage singing background for many artists such as Kelly Price, New Kids On The Block (World Tour-Houston), Kurt Carr, Yolanda Adams, Erica Campbell and the legendary Tramaine Hawkins.
GREATHOUSE shows off his powerful voice on the beautiful and romantic ballad, “Forever”.
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