Contour series discusses how to tap into multiple creative outlets with VA DJ and BBoy, Davy Wreck

by | Dec 14, 2015 | ART

If you’ve been keeping up with our weekly posting of the Contour series, a YouTube platform
If you’ve been keeping up with our weekly posting of the
Contour series, a YouTube platform created by an ODU student to showcase the talent of VA artists, then you know we’ve seen everything from designers to young entrepreneurs.

A few days ago, the series put out a new video featuring 757-native, Davy Wreck. Wreck is an international DJ, BBoy, actor, emcee among other things according to his website. Contour sat down with Wreck and asked his him about the importance of utilizing your many talents and putting energy into making them grow and prosper.

Here’sa little sample of Wreck’s work from his Soundcloud:

Check back next week for the new video in the series!

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