With the arrival of Summer, Young Devyn returns with her new single “Decisions” out now via 4TH B’WAY/Def Jam Recordings. Arriving alongside the seething track is a raw video that brings to life Young Devyn’s hustle and depicts all of Brooklyn’s iconic landmarks from the BK bridge to the city’s streets. Directed by Zach Stith, the visual encapsulates Young Devyn’s boss energy and lives up to her “Baby Goat” moniker as she shows off her unbridled confidence and drip, delivering hard-hitting lyricism while dominating the track’s beat. “Decisions” had its broadcast premiere earlier today on BET Jams and BET Hip Hop.
Speaking on “Decisions” Young Devyn shares, “‘Decisions’ shows a side of me that my fans haven’t seen before and I’m excited for everyone to see what I have coming this year!”
Young Devyn kicked off 2022 into high gear with her fiery single “Rap Sheet” featuring the Bronx’s very own Kenzo B. A rework of Offset and Cardi B’s viral single “Clout” which resulted in praise from both of the artists. Growing her list of accomplishments, Young Devyn was recently announced as a performer at the upcoming Rolling Loud New York, marking her second performance at the festival since the release of her debut EP, Baby Goat. Young Devyn’s audience has grown exponentially since last year’s debut, which has garnered press praise from the likes of The New York Times, Complex, Teen Vogue, Okayplayer, and more. Her standout single “Straight to It” amassed over half a million views and her visual for “Act Bad” has received over 2M views on WORLDSTARHIPHOP.
Young Devyn continues to expand on her talents all while remaining consistently driven and true to her core ethos of empowerment, self-awareness, and community. The self-proclaimed “Baby Goat” has taken the hip-hop world by storm, garnering acclaim from industry heavyweights including Nicki Minaj, Waka Flocka, Jermaine Dupri, Taraji P. Henson and more. Young Devyn is poised to become one of today’s leading hip-hop artists. With her effortless delivery, extraordinary songwriting, infectious energy, and propensity to light up a room, she’s well on her way to becoming a household name. Though she has a charming humility about her, the Brooklyn-raised rapper has a great deal of pride in her roots which is highly evident throughout her music. The 20-year-old Trinidadian rapper and artist continues to set ablaze New York’s drill scene with her second single of the year, offering listeners a taste of what’s to come from the fast-rising artist as she prepares to unveil her follow up to Baby Goat.