How To Jevon Doe Recovered From A Near Death Experience To "My Life Changed Pt. 1"

HipHop News Posted on August 18, 2017 at 4:47pm

How To Jevon Doe Recovered From A Near Death Experience To "My Life Changed Pt. 1"

#DXclusive: Jevon Doe describes that he was held at gunpoint during a home invasion that left him with two hands broken.

West Hollywood, CA – After years of independent grind that even left him homeless for a season, Houston rapper Jevon Doe has been making a name for himself in the field of Hip-Hop, signing with Atlantic Records last year. To fully pursue his dreams of becoming the best artist you can be, Jevon recently traded to H-Town the City of Angels. Now, he shares a part of its history that has never been heard before.

On Thursday (August 17), HipHopDX partnered with the Popular Demand, and 1800 Tequila to host the official listening party of their new EP, My Life Changed Pt. 1. With friends, family, the media and fans from all over to support, WCSP in West Hollywood, CA soon reached its maximum capacity. Greeted with an open bar and free chicken to the door, the night quickly became a celebration.

locked in with #jevondoe in his "my life changed, pt. 1" EP listening party 👊🏾

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During the live Q&a, Jevon Doe summed up their sound, eventually boiling to four words.

"Has South in it," he says. "Has that H-town in it. You could feel from where I am. You can see what I'm sayin'. But it is also global. I feel that it is very global. I feel as if my voice attracts them, so I feel like what I'm talking about also attracts. I think that there are a lot of people in the world who just want to hear someone talk about real shit, but the cool sound of it. But really cool. So I think that's really what my sound is generated: H-Town, South, global, great."

Jevon also the credits from a fellow H-town legend, as one of two artists that ignited his desire to rap.

"The first artist that I really began to taste it was Z-Ro. He is from Houston. From there, it was Lil Wayne. The two of them there really got me wanting to rap. And then on top of that, it was Drake, Childish Gambino, Big Sean, for that type of artists that really kept me trying to get it."



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