Will the music industry finally get a #MeToo bombshell?


Sheet Music: Diary of a Songwriter by Devine Evans

Producer Devine Evans with Sheet Music: Diary of a Songwriter Performers

Producer Devine Evans with Sheet Music: Diary of a Songwriter Performers

Devine Evans, five-time Grammy winner

Devine Evans, five-time Grammy winner

Will the music industry finally get a #MeToo bombshell?

For all women in music, it’s inevitable that at some point we’ll all go through this. What Devine is doing for these women is needed.

— Queen Latifah

MALIBU, CA, USA, April 19, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Evan Rachel Wood is one of the few to have had a #MeToo moment in music, but will the music industry finally receive a #MeToo bomb? Murderer and mugger Phil Spector has finally been arrested, but compared to Hollywood, the music industry has remained largely unscathed – until now.

Five-time Grammy winner Devine Evans had no plans to help give the music industry a #MeToo moment, he just wanted to help the women in his life he loves and cares about. cares, and that he has seen mistreated. Yet one of his latest projects may well usher in the next #MeToo movement, with his powerful new book and album set to be a #MeToo bombshell in the music industry he loves so much.


April happens to be Sexual Assault Awareness Month, when many people raise awareness about sexual violence, how to prevent it, and support victims. To help in this way, Devine has taken this call to action to a whole new level. Before there was a #MeToo movement, Queen Latifah gave the world the brilliant hit UNITY Yet many men were missing. Producer Devine Evans has bravely become one of the music industry’s few men behind the scenes, leading the fight not only against gender-based inequality, but also against sexual abuse.

Lisa “The Left Eye” Lopes of TLC

After debuting in Atlanta, after he and his producing partner Stylz met lead singer Natina Reed of Blaque, Devine Evans met legendary TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and her brother Ronald Lopes with Eric Arnold. . He then began working with Lisa’s production team. Devine then joined hip-hop group COM Unit, which included emcee Dice Gambles.

The big break

After recording at DARP Studios, Devine began working on songs with Parliament-Funkadelic artists among other legends. When Klymaxx’s Motown artist and producer Joyce “Fenderella” Irby, who’s worked with Shalamar and Doug E. Fresh among others, walked through the door and listened to one of Devine’s demos, his life would never be the same again. same. He went on to work with Mary J. Blige and Queen Latifah, and his position at the top of the music industry was now firmly entrenched.

One of the largest live music producers

Devine Evans has since become one of the biggest behind-the-scenes powerhouses in the live music world, having worked on the music of legendary artists such as Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Janet Jackson, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Cardi B, Eminem, Beyonce’, Pharrell Williams, Ella Mai, Camila Cabello, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Bruno Mars, Hans Zimmer and Selena Gomez, among others. His talents have made him one of the greatest producers of his generation.

The power of women

With his mother literally giving him her life and doing all she could for him, to other women helping him jump-start his career; women created and shaped the young man that is Devine Evans. The beauty, grace, tenderness, selflessness and love that shone in the hearts of women deeply touched the heart of this passionate musician and producer. The beautiful spirit of women who uplifted his life, filled his soul with a call to render to them all; celebrate and protect them all as much as he can.

Musical score: Diary of a songwriter

In 2016, Devine Evans released an amazing bright and colorful book titled “Sheet Music: Diary of Songwriter”. Featuring over a hundred talented and amazing women Devine has worked with, the massive 420-page book details their stories of abuse or attempted abuse they faced as women in the industry. music. These true stories are powerful and shocking.

A Powerful New Voice for Abused Women in Music

While hardly anyone else was talking about it at the time, Devine Evans’ book quietly landed in the music world like a ticking time bomb, ready to explode. The silent victims of some of music’s greatest women whose stories have never been heard before now have a powerful voice with this vitally important new book. It became the first seed planted to sway an industry that was too insular in its treatment of women.

Giving a voice to the voiceless

“Sheet Music: Diary of a Songwriter” for once put names and faces to the countless women who have been tricked, lied to, manipulated and scammed into having their bodies exploited in hopes of a chance to succeed in the music industry. In other stories, the women were simply raped.

Teach how to avoid abuse

The shocking number of women in this book tell their stories and, more importantly, give readers advice on how to avoid the unfortunate and terrifying circumstances these women found themselves in.

Scores: Diary of a Songwriter Lands New Distribution Deal

After signing a new printing and distribution contract for the second edition of the book with a black-owned printing company, the second edition of “Sheet Music: Diary of a Songwriter” will be available next month.

124 women speak

The book features 124 women, including excerpts from Janelle Monáe, Queen Latifah, actress Dania Ramirez; X-Men and Jumanji, Vanessa Simmons; daughter of music mogul Russell Simmons, DJ Spinderella of legendary band Salt-N-Pepa and many more.

Sheet music: Diary of a songwriter, The album

In addition to the incredible book, Devine Evans also produced “Sheet Music: Diary of a Songwriter, The Album”, which is sold separately. The album features sixty-three female artists and musicians from around the world.

Sexual assault exposed by Stephanie Marcelle with a new album

Six years later, after “Sheet Music: Diary of a Songwriter” was first published, Devine Evans once again finds herself at the forefront of the fight for the safety and fair treatment of women. He now joins sexual assault survivor and recording artist Stephanie Marcellé for a new project titled HUMAN, which features five new songs that expose a recent spate of sexual assaults. Project HUMAN will be released globally in July 2022.

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