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HEAT SONG OF THE MONTH: ‘Black Shirt, Black Shoe, Black Jeans’ by Devious

Check out Devious’ hot new single “Black Shirt, Black Shoe, Black Jeans”, a hit straight out the gate. It’s being played on RobGRadio.com, 66Raw.com, Q93.com, 504 Radio, and NOUE All- Stars “Da Independents”.

Devious explains the symbolism behind the song:

“In English Language Arts, you learn a literary technique called symbolism. In America, some symbols and colors have been misidentified and misrepresented in the Dictionary. Researchers say that it’s because of the dominant culture. In other words, whoever the dominant culture is, basically has an edge in what literature and history our children learn in school. It has been referred to as assimilation. “Black Shirt, Black Shoes, Black Jeans” is a positive song that expresses positive symbolism and points out some of the highlights in history related to the word black and African American contributions in general.”

The Heat believes this song is important to listen to and understand, especially with regard to the youth, who may not fully realize the importance of contributions by African-Americans in this country. It is through positive artists such as Devious that we can all learn or a thing or two.

For that, we #SALUTE you, Devious!

DOWNLOAD “Black Shirt, Black Shoe, Black Jeans”:


DOWNLOAD “Bring It Over Here” by Devious featuring Da U Boys and “Letter To My Soulmate” by Devious featuring Brandon Watson.


Follow Devious on Twitter at @Deviousontwitt and @NOUE1.

Check out this video from Devious entitled, “Stop The Killing”. It’s a heartfelt plea to put a stop to the violence that plagues so many of our communities:

Arlene Culpepper, Asst. Editor-in-Chief
Arlene Culpepper, Asst. Editor-in-Chiefhttp://www.mikodreamz.com
Vice-President & Asst. Editor-in-Chief of The Heat Magazine, Arlene is a Louisiana native, Certified Paralegal, Publicist, Owner of MIKODreamz PR, co-owner of 504Diffusion, writer, producer, and jack of all trades, who is heavily involved in her community as well as serving as Media Advisor for New Orleans Union for Entertainment (NOUE), Member of the NOLA Music Awards from 2012-present & Member of the Press Club of New Orleans. Her work is published across the web. Her PR work has been highly recognized & awarded. She was/is publicist for the late great BTY YoungN, 0017th and more. She is also working on her first novel & aspires to turn it into a film & is currently writing the authorized biography of the legendary Pimp C of UGK. She can be reached via email at Arlene@theheatmag.com. Follow her on Twitter - @CategorySeven & Instagram - @hurricanearlene.


  1. I am extremely appreciative of this. Thanks for recognizing the song and I agree with you all as it relates to the importance for our youth to have an understanding of American History without subjectivity. I applaud Heat Magazine for being a media outlet that promotes ethical journalism. I can’t say enough about how much your coverage brings light to hip hop and Louisiana art. Kudos to Arlene Culpepper and the entire Heat Magazine staff.


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