R&B singer/songwriter Jarvis, an Oklahoma native, has premiered a video for his debut single for Capitol Records, “Make A Little Room.”
Shot in Los Angeles, the video was directed by Jon Augustavo, who has also lensed clips for Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Blue Scholars, Sol, and J. Pinder.
The sultry “Make A Little Room,” is just a taste of what’s to come when the 23-year-old Tulsa native releases his debut album, “Cardiology,” on Capitol Records later this year.
In September 2012, Jarvis released his mix-tape “Heartache,” which features collaborations with DJ Khaled, Waka Flocka Flame, and Lil Scrappy. The mix tape, inspired by Jarvis’ lifelong passion for music, spun off “Make a Little Room,” which is available now on iTunes.
Prior to joining Capitol Records’ roster, where he is signed through Starstruck Entertainment Group, Jarvis was signed to Grammy Award-winning producer Jermaine Dupri’s So So Def Recordings. He won fans over with his engaging tenor voice on his 2004 single “Radio,” which entered Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
Soon after, Jarvis attracted the attention of Disturbing Tha Peace CEO Chaka Zulu, which led to the singer’s second single, 2008’s “Pretty Girl,” featuring a cameo by DTP’s co-founder and flagship artist Ludacris.