Devontée drops off an entertaining visual for Toronto anthem "Bare Tings."
Devontée shares the excellent new video for "Bare Tings," the first visual from forthcoming project District Vibe scheduled to drop later this summer.
Devontée is an impressive guy: he is the former #1 left tackle in Canada, Steph Curry's wife's cousin, and one of the originators of the term "woe." He described the term in a recent interview with Noisey: "Woe is my crew. It stands for 'working on excellence.' It’s just my whole brand and my whole movement and my way of life for everyone. I want everyone to work on excellence. So, all my friends are my Woes and I feel anybody working on excellence in life is a Woe in life as well."
The song's refrain of "All of my woes they go, Bare Tings!" is definitely the sort of chant that could take on a life of its own with a little help from Vine/the internet.
Watch Devontée ride around Toronto with his woes in the Ram Accoumeh-directed vid above, which includes an unreleased track appended onto to the end.