DVWEZ Groovily Takes on "The Life" of a Musician in Her New Song

The Orlando singer exposes the temptations of late nights gone wrong.
April 25, 2017, 4:15pm
Photo by Liv Jonsé

DVWEZ makes music that updates 80s pop tropes; a winning formula that's surprisingly tough to do really well. She does so on "The Life" by deconstructing the glamour of the era and writing candidly on the temptations that a musician faces on the road and the afterparties they frequent. "You want it, right?" she asks on the chorus, as thumb pianos flicker and a fuzzed-out synth bass hovers below.

"'The Life' is about the temptations you face as an artist in the industry," says DVWEZ. "There are a lot of choices you have to make during your journey to success, and often, good people make bad decisions." Stream "The Life" below.

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