Pictured (left to right): Jay-Von; Noah Nova; PMV CEO “Sea”; and T. Piper.

Picture My Vision Entertainment went to Austin and firmly planted a Mo. City flag in the city during this year’s SXSW Music Festival.

What happens at South By, stays at South By.

That is, unless what happens at South By is simply too BIG and too epic for Austin to contain it.

Two weeks ago, Picture My Vision (PMV) Entertainment – the Missouri City, Texas-based music label and lifestyle brand – joined the masses of artists that took to the streets of Austin for the 2018 SXSW Music Festival. After a banner year last year that included compilation tapes and solo projects from their artists and closed out with the joint ‘20/20 EP’ from rappers Jay-Von and Seano Phresh, SXSW ‘18 presented an ideal opportunity for PMV to start the year right and keep that same energy.

PMV artists made their mark in Austin on two separate nights. Seano Phresh performed on Friday night, as part of the Deedo Official showcase at Malverde. PMV CEO Sea tends to say that Picture My Vision is all about bringing Mo. City to the world, and the Deedo showcase was excellent proof of that. Deedo is a French brand with their own mobile application that aims to push and promote Pan-African music. Seano got to bless the stage and show how “the vision” can fit internationally, as well.

On Saturday night, PMV was present at the PremiumSonics #FRQNCY Showcase in the Sheraton Backyard. Curated by Day & A Dream’s own Trevor “T. Piper” Piper, #FRQNCY provided a stage for 12 different artists to show up and show out, many of whom brought the sound of the 713 to the 512. PMV’s own Jay-Von was the man of the hour at #FRQNCY, his high-energy live performance invigorating the crowd.

One highlight of Von’s set? Collaborating with fellow Mo. City emcee Noah Nova for a live performance of their collab single “Get Right.” It was something you simply had to be there to see; if you weren’t, you can get a glimpse of what went down below.

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Leaving their mark in Austin is just the beginning of Picture My Vision’s plans for 2018. In addition to new projects from Seano Phresh and Jay-Von, the brand as a whole is seeing to cooperate and connect with others and thus “expand” the vision with collaboration. Picture My Vision is readily available to be booked for live performances, podcast appearances, interviews and all other opportunities. PMV CEO Sea insists that working with them GUARANTEES you an opportunity to connect with personalities that leave an impression, star presence, and an experience that can’t be duplicated. If you want to Get The Picture, then Picture My Vision is ready to connect and take over with you.

Photo credits: PMV