Christian Twin Musicians, Dem Warren Boyz, Go Global
Dem Warren Boyz have been singing and preaching since they were 3 years old—and, come this time next year, they may very well be household names.
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At 14, Savonte and Javonte Warren already know what they want to be when they grow up.
That’s because they’ve been doing it for more than a decade.
The Inkster-born fraternal twins, known as Dem Warren Boyz, have been singing and preaching since they were 3 years old—and, come this time next year, they may very well be household names.
Their talent and ministry has taken them all over the world, and at the top of 2013 they’ll begin an international concert tour to places as exotic as Greece—and they’ll perform on BET and the Impact Network.
How did you get into singing and at such a young age?
Javonte: We began singing because we were brought up in the church and we really enjoyed all the music that went on in the church and all the music that was played. Me and my brother were preaching and singing at the same time when we were 3. We really just took part in everything that was going on that had to do with music in the ministry of church at that time.
What made you connect with church the way that you did?
Savonte: What really did it for me was just being brought up in the church and how things were really done and I just want to be a part of that. We bridge the gap between generation to generation, so we bring the old and the young together.
What inspires you when you sit down to create music?
Javonte: You know, life experiences and things that happen in church and the understanding of the Bible is what really helps you write these many songs that we come from. So it’s really just coming from a different understanding. My manager, my mom, writes all of our songs.