You may remember him as “Jarvis”, but the Georgia artist now goes by Shaffer, and he’s released a new single called “Bout That Love,” an oozy jam that has him wanting to leave the player life …
You better hydrate because Jarvis is ready to go “100 MPH.” On his new spicy and sensual single, the singer-songwriter croons about putting it down heavy
Jarvis’ new single “This Ainât What You Want” lays it all out on the table for the new girl…
For the third episode of Jarvisâs Past, Present & Future, his career comes full circle.
For the second episode of Jarvis’ Past, Present and Future, he takes to us to Atlanta, the city that shaped his music talent and offered him his first opportunity on a record label.
Jarvis has been known for his music business associations with So So Def’s Jermaine Dupri and DTPâs Ludacris, but in the first episode of his new web series, he goes pass the name dropping.
Signing his first record deal at 15 years old with Jermaine Dupri’s So So Def Imprint, then moving on to Ludacris’ DTP to his new home at Capitol Records, the “Make a Little Room” hitmaker had never wavered when his career was rocky.
Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14th) is around the corner. What are your plans to take your boos breathe away? We may not have that answer for you, but we can definitely give you a starting point.
It has been a few years since we heard Jarvis sing “Pretty Girls” as a member of Ludacris’ DTP Records.
The success of the mixtape caught the attention of Capitol Records and a recording contract with the major label, which is home to LeToya Luckett, and Corinne Bailey Rae.