Weird Nights Tour
1/24/2018, 9:37 a.m.
Two young singers making a splash on the national stage are making their stop in Portland.
Devvon Terrell, a Brooklyn hip hop talent, joins Kayla Brianna, who has been making a name for herself in Hollywood through music, acting and fashion, for Terrell’s “Weird Nights Tour” performing on Thursday, Jan. 25 at the McMenamins Mission Theater in northwest Portland.
Terrell has taken the Internet by storm recently, showcasing his talent on various remixes and covers on YouTube that have collectively generated over a 100 million views. On Christmas Day 2015 he dropped an album "Coast 2 Coast" with Futuristic that debuted at #12 on the Hip-Hop Billboard chart.
Brianna was born and raised in a family that was immersed in music and the entertainment industry. Her grandfather, American lyricist Gerry Goffin, wrote hit songs such as “Locomotion” “Natural Woman” and “Saving All My Love For You.” Her grandmother, singer Earl-Jean Reavis, sang backup vocals for the legendary Ray Charles. In addition, her father is NBA icon Kenny “The Jet” Smith.