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Rawsrvnt releases “Visual Remixx” to gritty “Shut It Down” video with Pyrexx

All it took was to get Rawsrvnt and PyRexx aka Kodak Wyte in a room together to spark a flame that would grow into the intense roar that is the “Shut It Down” music video. Then iAMbayo.net saw the final product Blurry Vision Films put together and decided to add a little...

New visual for Rawsrvnt’s “On the Line” feat. Japhia Life shares serene/street vibe with lyrics that are deeper than they first appear

Eddy “Rawsrvnt” Puyol is putting it all on the line. “My life is literally unraveling in front of the public’s eyes. I don’t know exactly how to maneuver, share, or talk about it - but it hurts. And as raw and honest as I’ve always been both on and off...

Rawsrvnt drops gritty “Shut It Down” performance video with Pyrexx

All it took was to get the two artists in a room together to spark a flame that would grow into the intense roar that is the “Shut It Down” music video. The new performance clip highlights the gritty nature of the title track from Rawsrvnt’s latest EP and showcases...

Rawsrvnt’s “There Go That Man” featured on ESPN’s “First Take” during NBA Finals

“Mama, there goes that man” is a phrase made famous by NBA-player-turned-broadcaster Mark Jackson. And starting in June, a song by Rawsrvnt using a similar expression will be featured on ESPN’s “First Take” show as they broadcast from each of the home cities of the 2017 NBA Finals. “I’m so happy...

ESPN + NBA + Rawsrvnt’s “There Go That Man” = A Winning Team

It’s a powerful combination that began in June when ESPN featured Rawsrvnt’s song “There Go That Man” throughout their “First Take” broadcasts from the home cities of the 2017 NBA Finals. It has been doing so well on the show that the network asked to extend the licensing agreement to also use it in...

Behind the Music: Rawsrvnt shares a Track-by-Track breakdown of his new Shut It Down EP

“There Go That Man” “Mama, there goes that man” is a phrase made famous by NBA-player-turned-broadcaster Mark Jackson. The verbal meme’s original meaning appeared to be that of a fictional young boy trying to draw his parent’s attention toward a typical “bad guy.” But today, it’s a statement about excellence....