JPRiZM (real names Jared Price) pushes his art through the ceiling with his out the box approach to music making. His new song/video titled “Rise” is an aural journey into his life, dreams, and hopes. Over a surreal backdrop, he delivers his melody laced verses while touching on personal issues.
The visuals are solid too and take the viewer into a whole new world. using the solid animation by Anthony Morris, Jr. who help bring JPRiZM’s lyrics to life. Like the artist told us, “Rise” is like a prism, “is a reflective rhythmic novella, meant to be experienced and not explained.”
Based in Boston, JPRiZM has serious talent and discography to back up his well-earned notoriety. It’s hard to classify his style in one genre as he blends hip-hop, EDM, and pop (he cites Pharrell, MF Doom, J DIlla, Flying Lotus, early Kanye West, and Daft Punk, as influences) to allow us into his enigmatic but expressive mind. His 2014 debut album Mindwalker was followed with the Waves EP in 2017 and PRiZM WORLD aka EXPERiMENTS in 2018, which established his presence in electronic music; as well as several singles and collaborations, including the Jennie.O R&B track “Heroin (My Love)” in 2017. JPRiZM also remains very active with his remixes and rarities including “Hung Up” with Luhx. and “Feenin’” with Amanda Holley. JPRiZM also produced “Heart of a Woman” (with lyrics by Joelle James, writer of Ella Mae’s “Boo’ed Up”), the end-credit song for the spring 2018 Lionsgate film Traffik.
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