Football is back and so is GRAMMY-recognized recording artist Eddy “Rawsrvnt” Puyol with more sports placements.

For the third year in a row, the South Florida-based creative has landed his music in a CBS telecast of a Miami Dolphins game.

This year’s track, titled “Shut It Down,” features Houston’s own PyRexx and was played during the team’s pre-season game against the Minnesota Vikings on Miami’s CBS4 (WFOR-TV).

Check out the Dolphins game day footage here:

The network has taken to the song and extended the placement to the Miami Dolphins show, Dolphins Weekly. The song serves as the theme to open the show every Sunday throughout the Dolphins season. Dolphins Weekly is also broadcasted on the station’s CW network channel (WBFS-TV).

In addition, the “Shut It Down”-crafter isn’t just infiltrating the NFL. Rawsrvnt’s music has once again found it’s way to Canada by way of the Canadian Football League (CFL). For the second year in a row, the Calgary Stampeders have called on Rawsrvnt to provide them with their motivational music. This year’s track, titled “All In,” features Pettidee and Teron Carter (of GRITS fame) and was used to promote the Calgary Stampeders home game against the Toronto Argonauts on Saturday, August 26, 2017.

Watch the Calgary Stampeders visual here:

Rawsrvnt’s music has appeared in content belonging to the NBA. His song, “There Go That Man” featuring Houston rap veteran Lil Raskull, was featured on ESPN’s First Take during live broadcasts from the home cities in the 2017 NBA Finals and was used as the single theme on ESPN’s 2017 NBA Draft broadcast, which of course included Los Angeles Lakers star Lonzo Ball.

Eddy Puyol, who has released music professionally since the early 2000s, is a prime example of consistency. His latest EP, ‘Shut It Down,’ was released on May 19, 2017 and can be found at your favorite digital outlet.

When it comes to music, Rawsrvnt is shutting the sports world down!

More info on Rawsrvnt HERE.

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