Toronto artist Pvrx releases Def Jam debut 3.14
This past Friday, Rexdale recording artist and songwriter Pvrx released his highly anticipated new EP, 3.14
Featuring the popular Dave East-assisted “Is U Down” which came out back in March, the project includes just one other guest appearance with Yung Pinch assisting on “Sorry In Advance.” The collaboration with East, who hails from the UK, was also considered his official major label debut on Def Jam after signing in 2017. Although, technically he made his debut with the label on Def Jam’s Undisputed compilation, in label president Paul Rosenberg’s move to define the future of the company. Pvrx was featured on the compilation’s last song, “Dope Boy.”
Production on 3.14 comes courtesy of gang of talented big names including Nineteen85, FrancisGotHeat, Akeel Henry, Moula 1st, Bautista, Tay Lewis, SLMN, and GiAngelo Power.
“After making his major label debut on Undisputed, a compilation of the label’s new batch of signees, PVRX is on the cusp of releasing 3.14, a beautifully melodic open book he hopes will serve as a well-rounded introduction to a career that’s been simmering for years.” – Exclaim!
Since his memorable “’94” single sky rocketed his popularity several years ago, Pvrx has slowly become one of the most successful and well-rounded artists Toronto has produced post-Drake becoming an international hit. 3.14 single “Make It” has surpassed 1.6 million streams on Spotify, and the supporting Brian Gregory-directed video that came out June 2016 recently surpassed 400K views (the video for “‘94” is just shy of 175K). Also, do not sleep on “Stay With You”—that one is incredibly catchy.
You can follow @Pvrx_OnSight on Instagram.
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