Kemper Grant from Oklahoma has finished working on his 8 track, new album, Jungle. This would definitely help to cement his prospect as a great artist. The Opening track “All Day All Night”, can be defined as a happy track
Kemper Grant from Oklahoma has finished working on his 8 track, new album, Jungle. This would definitely help to cement his prospect as a great artist.
The Opening track “All Day All Night”, can be defined as a happy track. It has a smooth tone and an all-round impressive sound. It equally features a guest artist, Young Polo who also put in a decent shift to make the song awesome to the listeners. It would definitely leave the listeners in no doubt of the gargantuan amount of talents they possess. “Blind” the second track is about relationship going south or turning sour. It also reveals his diverse dynamic musical temerity. The soulful track also features a guest vocalist Emily Auer who is equally pragmatic in her approach. Following this, is an up-tempo, pacing track, “Electra”, which can be described as the highlight of the album. “Hold My Breath”, the album’s fourth track gives a warm soothing feel in the sub-consciousness while keeping a constant curious vocal that catapults the listeners to a crescendo.
“Uber Ride to Cry”, “Round-a-bout”, “Place to Park” and “The Image” are a funky-disco inspired grand spectacles devoid of repulsiveness and hideousness in the pool where they are drawn from. Various subjects, from relationship to trust, from not being judgemental to character building are touched in the remaining tracks above. Numerous 80’s inspired beats were employed. Deep scintillating electric guitars augmented the flow while the synths, other percussions greatly shaped the song as they help to project the lyrics. “Jungle” is a product of a meticulous and painstaking effort. The listeners would find it delightful. Jungle is available now on all major platforms. Follow Kemper Grant on Instagram or visit his website to keep tab on his future releases below