Alumni Update: Devontee Grubb, Audio Production & Engineering

Devontee Grubb (Devontee Woe), a graduate of the Audio Production & Engineering Program, is continuing to make waves as a freelance artist, producer, and engineer.

Recently, Devontee produced, wrote, and did vocals for the track ‘Temperamental Love’ with Bridgit Mendler – which has topped over 1 million views on YouTube, and he scored the theme song for “Ayesha’s Homemade” which airs on the Food Network. His most recent release is the song ‘Top Left’ which he wrote, produced, and mixed.

Devontee remains in touch with the network of colleagues that he connected with during his time at Metalworks Institute, and he continues to use the technical skills learned in this program to further his career. As he says, “Learning how to use Pro Tools allowed me to take full control of my music, sound design, and recording.”

We asked Devontee if he has any words of wisdom for current students or his fellow graduates.

“There’s only one thing to do – continue working on excellence and having faith until you achieve your goal and dreams, then work harder.”

Currently, Devontee is busy working on his forthcoming project ‘Head Gone’ which will be released in the first quarter of 2018, along with his clothing brand Woedrobe.

Check out Devontee’s website to find out more

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