When we think of the birthplace of Hip-Hop, there’s no question that The Bronx is typically the first place that comes to mind. Fast forward to the expansion of the culture in today’s society, and The Bronx is still generating tons of hype for the East Coast, as well as tons of fresh new voices. One New York City native has been working tirelessly to build a local agency that could help catapult the BX’s talent pool into higher stardom.
Lovett Evans, or as the industry knows him, Vett, has launched his agency, Boogie Down Synch, which serves as a new creative home for The Bronx’s local talent. Not only will emerging and independent artists have a platform to host their music, but they’ll also be provided access to film, television, and advertising executives who can source their music for shows, movies, and more. The agency will be targeting rising artists in the borough, as well as film and production schools in the area to help provide soundtracks for graduating filmmakers. Vett’s mission through Boogie Down Synch not only seeks to help future stars but the community as a whole.
Founded in 2020 and known for capturing ‘The Source of The Bronx’ to local and outside communities, Boogie Down Synch is the sister company of Vett’s Amori Sounds publishing agency, which has provided tracks for major networks including MTV/VH1, Fox, ABC, BET, as well as Hulu and Netflix since 2017. Vett, himself, is an experienced producer, audio engineer, A&R, and publisher who is passionate about local talent and empowering artists.