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Devin the Dude is a Houston-area rapper. Though relatively well-known among the underground hip-hop community during the mid-to-late 90's, Devin did not achieve mainstream success until his appearance on Dr. Dre's 2001 album. Check our available Devin the Dude concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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In this age and time where the hottest new rapper seemingly emerges out of thin air every two months and has legions of devoted fans overnight, it's refreshing to see that there's still a place for some of the veterans of the game who grew their fanbases organically rather than by some formulaic approach. If you're familiar with Devin the Dude, part of the previous sentence may have come off as a pun. I suppose you could look at it as such if you want to, but pun or not, it's true...
If you're reading this, chances are you're already familiar enough with Devin the Dude to know what to expect from one of his solo albums. Often billed as "your favorite rapper's favorite rapper," Devin has made his career rapping about some of life's simple pleasures and everyday problems with his laid-back, almost lazy delivery, aided by smoking massive amounts of "coffee...
When it comes to professing their love of weed, no one does it better in Hip-Hop than Houston's own Devin The Dude, and what better way to rekindle his love affair with one of the earth's natural resources than with his latest album, Suite #420. Starting off with well-produced 'I Get High,' where he goes through his adventures with weed, to other contributions like 'Ultimate High,' 'All You Need,' and 'What I Be On' with him continuing on...
About two thirds of the way through Waitin' to Inhale, the fourth solo album from Houston rapper and perennial underdog Devin the Dude, there's a deeply troubling and perplexing song called "Just Because". Lyrically, "Just Because" isn't far from Eminem's deranged wife-murder fantasy "Kim"; Devin raps to an ex-lover about all the various ways he wants to humiliate, torture, or kill her. Musically, though, it couldn't be further from Eminem's ominous crashes...
The weed rhymes he takes himself, the sex rhymes he farms out, which in the Dirty South is a sign of truly delicate sensibility ("All You Need," "Ultimate High," "Twitta").
Since 1998, Devin the Dude's X-rated yarns have won him an adoring cult of peers and other hip-hop cognoscenti. Unlike many raunch hustlers, Devin plays the jester, not the pimp, forgoing macho spectacles and hustler melodrama to riff comically?if cruelly?on the ordinary. Set to a velvety blend of loverboy funk, his subjects on album four include fat girls ("Used to Be"), bedroom tugs-of-war ("Sell Me Some") and hygiene ("Broccoli & Cheese")...
In a recent interview with New York magazine, Devin the Dude comes perilously close to admitting that he made Suite 420 mostly as an excuse to release an album on April 20. That's a deeply ridiculous example of stoner logic at work, but it's also pretty emblematic of where this particular rap legend is living these days...
To say that Devin the Dude only talks about weed would be a bit of a misstatement. He does rhyme and sing about other topics. On his latest, Suite 420, those include sex, relationships, gossip and business, but it always comes back to his favourite plant. Like the smoke emanating from his doobie ashtray, the weed talk permeates every subject...
Dr. Dre's album "The Chronic'' will have reached the age of majority this December. Eighteen years after that pioneering ode to smoking the sticky stuff, is an album single-mindedly devoted to the pleasures of marijuana anything to get buzzed about...
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