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Rodney Murrille (born June 4, 1991), better known by his stage name Evry Ave is an American Hip Hop Recording artist, Record producer, vocalist, Entrepreneur, and Occasional actor. He has written and co-produced on records for artist such as Marsha Ambrosius 2012: ""Cold War"", Bruno Mars "Locked Out of Heaven" October 1, 2012, Linkin Park "Castle of Glass", Fabolous the first official single off of the album Loso's Way 2: Rise to Power that would be titled, "Ready" and features (American singer) Chris Brown, Diane Warren, Faith Evans "Mr. Supafly" off of the Compilation album R&B Divas and more.
In 2013, Evry Ave signed with Roc Nation Management.
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