At the age of 13 Devlin was scouted by the OT crew delivering vibrant and thought provoking bars on the airwaves. He built up street credibility fast. Alongside his close friend Dogzilla he made his mark on the UK underground scene. Fans of Devlin will remember when he crucified Danny Weed's 'Heat Up' track. By 2005 TDKs were a thing of the past and aged 17, Devlin jumped on Rinse FM. He linked up Ghetto, Mercston, Wretch 32, Scrocher and they formed the Movement whilst pledging allegiance to their ends crews as well. He was dubbed one of 15 rising stars for BBC Sound of 2010. In 2011 Devlins first album 'Bud Sweat and Beers' reached Gold status after selling over 100,000 copies, by this time he was only 19. At such a tender age, Devlin quickly established himself as one of the pioneers of the UK rap and grime scene.