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Wavvyboi: The future of German RnB 

Wavvyboi never writes happy songs. The native of Liechtenstein exposes his feelings with music, shrouded in jazz chords and oppressive bass.

The Liechtensteiner’s career started early.  At the age of twelve, he started taking piano lessons with Stefan Frommelt.  Frommelt quickly became his mentor and taught him to produce his own music. First of all, he played in some alternative bands and started releasing covers on SoundCloud.  For example, he adapted the song “3. Stock “by AnnenMayKantereit and made it his very own, a quiet piano version.

Shortly afterward, Wavvyboi released his first own tracks.  For “12 am in the city”, he picked a YouTube Bryson Tiller Type beat by David Wud and transformed his feelings into melodies on the song.  He distorts his sweet warm-sounding voice through Hall and the use of other effects so strong that sometimes the lyrics can hardly be understood. 

In spite of that, the song goes straight to your ear and makes you hear it again and again. The track lands in the closed Facebook group “Lifestyle Mob”.  Thereupon other musicians became aware of him. The then still united guys from Dat Adam invite him to Cologne and a co-operation develops. He quits the Gymnasium in Liechtenstein and moves to Cologne, to fully concentrate on his music.

In Cologne, he started to produce his own music. In the last two years, he produced more and more songs and gained notoriety. At the beginning of the year 2019 he and other famous German singers established a new collective  “CYBER – GEN”. With this group, he had his first tour through Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in September 2019. 

The text was written in November 2019.

Short bio of the volunteer:

My name is Wenzel and I am 19 years old. I live in Liechtenstein, which is a very small country between Austria and Switzerland. Before starting my EVS, I finished my high school.


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