Fête Records Day Party shines a light on roster gems Reva DeVito, Mac Ayres and psalm

The word fête is defined as a celebration or festival, so it's somewhat fitting at the Washington, D.C.-based label Fête Records is celebrating the latest gems in their roster with a day party in Oakland's New Parish this month. In the treasure trove of modern R&B soul, Fête has a history of fishing out the cream of the crop, including a handful of shiny Ravyn Lenae remixes, a Mars Today feature, and several others packaged together in tasty compilations. Reva DeVito Reva DeVito was long the sultry voice in front of several productions — Kaytranada, B. Bravo, Com Truise, etc. [...]

Photos: Reva Devito at Brick + Mortar Music Hall

Reva Devito (photo: Robert Alleyne) Last Thursday night saw Reva Devito at Brick & Mortar Music Hall on February 17, 2017 to a pumped crowd with a lot of energy. One part of her set included a slowed down version of Sade's "Sweetest Taboo" that fit in organically. She performed with support from Wonway, B. BRAVO, and Siaira Shawn. B. BRAVO and Reva performed several songs together from their new project Umi during the show. Our photographer Robert Alleyne was there and captured the gallery below of all the bands from that night.

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