LOUDPVCK's Ryan Marks Announces Split, Plans to Pursue 'Other Things Creatively'

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LOUDPVCK perform during day 1 of HARD Day of the Dead at Fairplex on Nov. 1, 2014 in Pomona, Calif.

He says his "passions and musical direction lie elsewhere."

LOUDPVCK's Ryan Marks has decided to part ways with the trap duo, announcing today (Nov. 3) on social media that he plans to "pursue other things creatively". Marks and Kenny Beats of the group had been building the project for approximately five years. 

In 2017 alone, they had independently released a handful of originals, as well as an official remix of The Chainsmokers' single "Paris." 

Marks mentions that his "passions and musical direction lie elsewhere" and that he trusts both Beats and the LOUDPVCK team to "continue delivering amazing music and performances" without him.

Read Marks' full statement below:


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