Music pacifies the turbulence of mental, physical, and spiritual pain. It acts as the ultimate antidote. As such, 7evin7ins utilizes music to quell such anguish. The New Jersey-born artist concocts an anesthetic from equal doses of pop-punk, alternative, and hip-hop stirring them together into an undeniable brew. That story begins in the small town of Allendale, NJ. Initially, 7evin7ins shined as a guard on the basketball court until an injury left him with two stress fractures in his knees and derailed college prospects. Depressed and dejected, he fell down a rabbit hole of darkness only to find a light at the end of the tunnel through music. Hanging out with friends one day, he tried his hand at a freestyle, and his buddies encouraged him to keep going. He discovered TUBLife & Rockstaar Entertainment and started to record professionally. Inspired by everyone from Paramore and Post Malone to Eminem, Lil Wayne, and Juice WRLD, he carefully crafted a signature style of his own. In 2020, he uploaded “Life Gets F**ked Up” to Instagram, and it immediately caught fire before eventually generating over 1.8 million Spotify streams. He maintained his momentum with “Oh Sh!t” and asserted himself as the rare creative chameleon who could collaborate with Kellin Quinn of Sleeping With Sirens on “Love You Like I Used To” or Dreamville rapper Cozz on “Head High.” After amassing over 10 million streams and views, he signed to LAVA/Republic and unveils his new single “Wake Up” to kick off what promises to be his most powerful chapter.