Devin Kennedy’s “Bad Habit” is an atmospheric pop track with the trappings of urban soul that speaks to the carnal desire love elicits in all of us. The silky slices of sensual rhythmic energy provide an addictive backdrop for a track that explores the ways love has the potential to be our worst habit. As Devin begs to continue being a bad influence on his lover, the beat undulates beneath layers of humming vocals and synthy vibes. A surefire hit, it’s equal mix of dance club energy and savvy pop fodder crafts an ultra-melodic charisma that listeners won’t be able to forget.
The multi-instrumentalist, based out of Los Angeles, began self teaching himself at an early age, mastering drums, bass, guitar, and piano all before his teenage years. It quickly became clear that music was his calling. After being accepted to the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Devin began writing, recording, and promoting his own music to much critical acclaim. His debut single, “Call Me Back,” garnered over 140k Spotify streams in less than six months and received praise from media outlets such across the country.
The performer and songwriter has hit stages across North America including performances at the iHeartRadio Music Festival and iHeartRadio’s annual Jingle Ball alongside Big Time Rush member James Maslow — all before the age of 21. Now, with his solo career ready to take off, he’s set to debut one of his most dynamic tracks yet.