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Devin Millar

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Devin Millar
Background information
Birth nameDevin Todd Millar
Born (2000-04-06) April 6, 2000 (age 24)
Vancouver, Washington, U.S.
OriginYacolt, Washington, U.S.
GenresEurodance, EDM
Occupation(s)Singer and songwriter, music producer, animator
InstrumentsVocals, piano, digital audio workstation
Years active2014-present

Devin Millar (born April 6, 2000), is an American singer, songwriter, music producer, content creator, and animator. He and his music were featured alongside Voodoo Doughnut and their in-house record label and Cavity Search Records. He later began a career of his own and became known online for using anti-establishment themes and feminine, childlike fashion in addition to animation being used in his music videos which gained him a fanbase on YouTube. His music is defined as Eurodance combined with EDM and Pop music.

Life and career[edit]

He lives and grew up in Yacolt, Washington, and took singing lessons from a friend of his family's for a short time but self-taught himself by ear for Dance music production.[1] He began his music career with “Crack & Collide” as an extended play.[2]

In 2015, he released a song titled “Fedora” as a single.[3] He was signed by Voodoo Doughnut Recordings, then released an EP titled, “I’m a Celebrity”,[4][5][6] and competed in his school talent show that year, and won.

Later in 2017, his debut album “Delinquents” was released in addition to an "acoustic" version of it.[5][7][8] He then released a single titled “Adolescence” on Cavity Search Records.[9][10] The song was featured on the Hulu-based drama series, Shut Eye and four music videos were created to accompany these releases.[11] The videos were also used to promote his performances in Austin, Texas during SXSW of 2017.[12] According to a press release, he also preformed with Mega Pixel, Velvet, and Roselit Bone at the same event as a free show.[13]

Later, Devin returned to music and changed his image into a virtual band which features animated characters. He began creating animated videos and songs influenced by 90s and 2000s culture, and children's media. His singles "Doll Life" and “Unite” were released.[14][15] He released "Soulers" as his second album.[16]

The music videos for his singles “Hoody” and “BFD” were uploaded onto YouTube and released onto streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music.[17][18][2] He later released the single, "Snack Shack" featuring Isabella Dougherty,[2] as well as "Children With Squirt Guns" and "ElectroVoice" for albums.[19][20]

He later released a single titled "Welcome To The Beach" featuring DreamDoll.[21][22]


Devin has an anti-establishment attitude and wishes to end double standards as he believes it ruins artist's creative power.[1] He wishes to be perceived as normal among the public.[23]

Devin's inspirations include Aqua, and Vengaboys and describes his style as the "girl next door" and the "farmer's daughter".[23]



  • Crack & Collide (2015)
  • I'm a Celebrity (2015)
  • Delinquents (2017)
  • Delinquents (Acoustic Version) (2017)
  • Soulers (2022)
  • Children With Squirt Guns (2022)
  • ElectroVoice (2023)


  • ”Fedora” (2015)
  • ”Adolescence” (2016)
  • "Grand and Humble (feat. Hailey George)" (2018)
  • "Tonya (Pump Tonya)" (2018)
  • ”Unite” (2022)
  • "Tea Party" (2022)
  • "Like K.A.A.N" (2022)
  • "Run To Me (feat. Hailey George)" (2022)
  • ”Hoody” (2022)
  • ”BFD” (2022)
  • "Daddy" (2022)
  • "Blush" (2022)
  • ”Axe My House” (2022)
  • ”Snack Shack (feat. Isabella Dougherty)" (2022)
  • "Wake Up" (2023)
  • "Sun Will Come" (2023)
  • "I Got Luck" (2023)
  • "Unconditional Love" (2023)
  • "Adolescence Returns" (2023)
  • "Welcome To The Beach (feat. DreamDoll)" (2023)


  1. 1.0 1.1 Team, Influencer Editorial (2023-01-26). "Meet the Censorship-Defying Young Prodigy, Devin Millar". Influencer Magazine | UK Edition - Read Latest News, Headlines, Top News today, Breaking News Online. Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 " - Discographie Devin Millar". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  3. Hung, Steffen. "Devin Millar - Fedora". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  4. "Devin Millar – Voodoo Doughnut Recordings". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Devin Millar Songs, Albums, Reviews, Bio & More". AllMusic. Retrieved 2023-06-28.
  6. Hung, Steffen. "Devin Millar - I'm a Celebrity". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  7. Hung, Steffen. "Devin Millar - Delinquents". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  8. "Delinquents (Acoustic Version) – Voodoo Doughnut Recordings". Retrieved 2023-06-21.
  9. "Cavity Search Records - Catalog - Online Ordering". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  10. Hung, Steffen. "Devin Millar - Adolescence". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  11. "SuperMusicVision: Shut Eye". SUPERMUSICVISION. Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  12. "Delinquents – Voodoo Doughnut Recordings". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  13. "Voodoo Doughnuts | SXSW 2017 | South By Southwest Unofficial Party Guide". Austin American-Statesman. Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  14. " - Devin Millar - Unite". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  15. " - Devin Millar - Doll Life". Retrieved 2023-06-21.
  16. Hung, Steffen. "Devin Millar - Soulers". Retrieved 2023-06-21.
  17. Hoody, 2022-03-31, retrieved 2023-06-16
  18. BFD, 2022-08-10, retrieved 2023-06-16
  19. " - Devin Millar - ElectroVoice". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  20. " - Devin Millar - Children With Squirt Guns". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  21. Welcome To the Beach (feat. DreamDoll) - Single by Devin Millar, 2023-05-22, retrieved 2023-06-21
  22. Hung, Steffen. "Devin Millar feat. DreamDoll - Welcome To The Beach". Retrieved 2023-06-16.
  23. 23.0 23.1 "Yacolt artist adds comedic flare to electronic music". The Reflector. 2023-04-10. Retrieved 2023-06-16.

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