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PxRRY & Eric Bellinger Release “Misbehaving”


PxRRY‘s sound is a breath of fresh air. As a newcomer, PxRRY made the connection with Eric Bellinger back in 2019 when an R&B event turned quickly into a studio session for the two. After playing just a few records, “Misbehaving” was easily a single that stood out to everyone in the room. It was a banger, to say the least. EB laid his verse the same day, now two years later, the record is ready just in time for summer.  The record is one that will make all the ladies in the club ask what’s this? The smooth crooning duo both know how to make a hit. Together it is almost unfair. Although they only connected once, the chemistry was there on the new record.

PxRRY’s sound consistently fuses the line between R&B and Hip Hop with unforgettable melody and blunt lyrics. The single, produced by RichBreed (Tank, Chelsea Stone) and Chill Shump (Lil Wayne, Young MA), will be followed by an official video to come in the next month. The artwork was inspired by the classic movie, Houseparty which set the tone for this record.  Both PxRRY and Eric delivered amazing verses on this record about turning up, showing out, and enjoying life carefree. The new smash is a post-quarantine mood for sure! PxRRY’s fans can’t wait to get out of the house to party to this new heater. The club is going to have to turn the AC on full blast when “Misbehaving” starts playing. 

Misbehaving” is available on all streaming platforms. Check the song out here today!

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