Reach Records; Atlanta, GA; January 10 – Today Reach Records releases the latest and last installment of The Vault, an original video series highlighting popular music videos from Reach’s extensive catalogue. Complete with fun facts, trivia, and behind-the-scenes stories from the making of the video, Episode 7 features “Late Nights” by Gawvi. “Late Nights” appeared on Gawvi’s EP Lost in Hue. The official music video was originally released on July 29, 2016 and has garnered more than 475K views on YouTube and Vevo.
Watch Episode 7 of The Vault: https://reachrecords.box.com/s/gfdtxupbg0uwr9dpvoo8k6x8wxu4f70o
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GAWVI is an American electro-pop artist, DJ and award-winning music producer, born to an El Salvadorian father and a Dominican mother. After working under the tutelage of hit makers Rodney Jerkins and Pharrell, GAWVI grew a vision for his own art, merging hip-hop, pop and electro, to create a sound with a uniquely global appeal. GAWVI has produced a host of critically acclaimed hip-hop albums and Billboard charting singles, including the GRAMMY® Award-winning album Anomaly. His work was performed on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and has been praised by the likes of MTV, VH1, BET, Fuse, Esquire, EDM Nations, Magnetic Mag and VIBE. GAWVI’s debut EP Lost In Hue debuted at No. 2 on the Electronic/Dance Billboard charts and hit the top spot on the iTunes Dance charts. His debut LP We Belong peaked at No. 7 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic and Top Christian Albums chart.
About Reach Records
Reach Records is an independent record label founded in 2003 and co-owned by Ben Washer and two-time GRAMMY Award winning hip-hop artist Lecrae Moore. The Atlanta-based label recently expanded offices to New York City and is home to eight recording artists including 1K Phew, Aha Gazelle, Andy Mineo, GAWVI, KB, Lecrae, Tedashii and Trip Lee. Since its beginnings as a startup to selling over 2.8 million albums, Reach’s purpose remains the same: To change the way people see the world. For more information on Reach Records, visit www.reachrecords.com.