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prxz – ‘Child In Red’

Hailing from Stockwell, now South London based; rising artist prxz began his artistic journey at the age of 18, delivering his first release – his debut record, Love Woundsback in 2017. Discovered by XXXTentacion through SoundCloud, he subsequently moved to the US where he then worked with the likes of Lil Wayne and Ski Mask The Slump God amongst an array of other artists, before relocating back to the UK following the death of XXXTentacion. Already racking up an impressive 199+ million streams on Spotify alone, he has no doubt been going from strength to strength. Honing his craft and trap-led artistry, prxz continues to highlight his diverse and eclectic artistic skill and sound; exploring an array of genres and showcasing his talents as a producer. And today, prxz is back with his latest offering and first release of the year; his brand new single, Child In Red

His first single of the year, Child In Red marks the start of a brand new chapter in prxz’ career and musical journey with it being the first track taken from his upcoming self-titled debut album which is set for release on October 21st. Vibrant and resonant, Child In Red brings us deeper into prxz’ sonic world, delivering a new taste of his artistic sound and style. Opening with a thrumming and captivating trap and electro-synth style instrumental, accompanied by soft vocal harmonies; the song brings us into a mesmerizing and rich soundscape that is filled with a pulsating and electric, almost otherworldly, energy. Accompanying the release, prxz is also delivering some brand new visuals to go alongside the release; a stunning new music video, directed by Milo Blake. Taking viewers on a visual journey, the black and white video brings together a collection bold and visually descriptive images to form an overarching narrative. 

“The colour red typifies the album as a whole, with this song being at the darker end of that palette. I just felt the need to put my thoughts somewhere in what was a bleak time. I don’t care if it isn’t easy to listen to, this song is my own little dystopia”.

To keep up with prxz, make sure to find him on all his socials: @prxzx

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