#DXCLUSIVE: RVNES Embraces Red Darkness Pusha T & Chevy Woods Assisted "Hurt" Video
And the Los Angeles producer breaks it all down.
Los Angeles, CA – After you bless the world with "it Hurts", their well-manicured collaboration co-starring Pusha T and Chevy Woods, Los Angeles-based producer RVNES has unveiled the purple-tinged official music video through a HipHopDX premiere.
And he is here to give a little bit of the real context behind the creation of the song.
"'Hurts' is a song that several years in the making and involved what I can only describe as" destination RVNES only says DX. "We originally produced the song living in Dallas, TX and it was not until a year after Pusha on it. I didn't even know it was official until he sent back the finish of the verse. We had not heard any kind of confirmation complete just that she liked the song, but, in reality, he went into the study, after an Art Basel party in Miami one night to cut.
"The day I got your email I have a Facebook memory of a photo of me, Without Malice, and Pusha T backstage at a Clipse show in Atlanta in the previous seven years. I literally met Pusha as a fan on the same day they gave me a track with him as a producer, just seven years apart. The reason why I sat in the instrumental for so long and turned down so many other opportunities was because I knew in my gut something like this would happen. Then, when Chevy came into my life and listened to the disc we get to chop it up about what he was thinking, and I immediately knew that he could provide. And boy did he. But that was almost a year after Pusha released his verse, and it would be another six months before visual effects was in the works. 'Hurt' is almost six years old and has gone through a long and tiresome journey that was totally worth it and as well as the fate told me to wait, the destination said to me that now is the time to share what we have created with the world."
Despite the fact that it's quite the story, RVNES has been faithful to his craft for years; having already collaborated with the likes of Young Dolph, and Drake produce