With a vocal delivery that sends chills through your body, Devyn Moon hits us with “Much Love.”
Devyn Moon (previously known as LYTA) is a 24-year-old Asian American artist, singer-songwriter, and producer from Houston, Texas. Influenced by a blend of R&B, electronic, and bedroom-pop genres helped develop a unique genre-bending style within her own music and sound. Their style has been described as “alternatively icy and warm,” and they have also garnered attention from music outlets like Ones To Watch, Billboard, Forbes, OneEDM, Hype Magazine, AfterEllen, and New Lease Music. Their music has also been playlisted by notable musical curators like SXSW (which they would have participated in if not for the pandemic in 2019), Birp.fm, Aviencloud, and more.
Devyn Moon’s debut project has received notable mentions, including being named one of the “Best 10 Albums of Houston” in 2018 by The Houston Chronicle, next to artists, such as Fat Tony, and was also mentioned as No Vacation’s artist to watch early in their career. She has opened for numerous artists including Shoffy, RKCB, Dorian Electra, and Kina Grannis. Their 2020 collaborations with HOMALS, Luna Luna set them on a positive trajectory as well as receiving recognition from San Holo’s “bitbird” radio series.
Devyn Moon purposely incorporates other Asian American artists in her music, a majority of which are her friends. Kenji Chong, who choreographed the music video for her previous single, “Remedy” and most recently, Jheru who is featured in “Much Love.” Showcasing their work was an important factor for Devyn Moon, though Asian-American filmmakers and writers have made their way in Hollywood big screens in recent years, she feels that Asian Americans are still underrepresented in the music industry.