Having first sung as a child for her church choir, at the age of 16, Devyn Rose moved downstate from Mount Vernon to New York city to master various forms of dance at Broadway Dance Centre.
As a result of a performance at the BMI Open Mic, Devyn was discovered by multi-platinum producer Dame Grease.
As Tanya T6, Devyn had released a mixtape for her fanbase entitled "Move Over Paris Hilton, There's a New It Girl in Town", which was hosted by New York's POWER 105.1 radio station’s DJ Suss One.
Also from the mixtape, she released "Work My Body" which premiered on the DJ Wrexx show on WZMX Hartford's Hot 93.7 and its popularity spread from there.
Encouraged by this immediate success, Devyn started remixing popular songs and emailing them each week to international major DJs. The popular response to this won her the nickname: "The Remix Queen".
Next, she released her official follow-up single entitled "Get It Off" featuring Young Money's Jae Millz, which received widespread international radio play and became her 30th song release to enjoy radio spins.
The final jigsaw piece in the creation of Devyn Rose was the inspiration derived from working behind the scenes with a variety of emerging Hip Hop artists and Grammy nominated Producer D-Moet. The Devyn Rose sound is described as an eccentric, new generation mix of pop, r&b, alternative, and hip hop.
Working alongside her various style and fashion sponsors, her sound style is edgy, sexy with an attitude, something she feels she and her fans will connect to.
In 2013, media giant Hulkshare.com became an official sponsor of Devyn’s movement, as well as fashion and style brands Tweewoo.com, Endorfina Jeans and Frostwire among others.
Devyn Rose’s latest R&B pop single “Falling 4 U”, released by Pink Staircase Entertainment, is now available on iTunes.