Introducing a singer and composer with a lot of self-assurance and inventiveness, who is ready to give back to the scene – Throughout a fascinating and captivating “MORNING PUFF,” JP-Tale moves to the rhythm of his own drum.
JP-Tale is an independent artist who handles every aspect of the production himself. Seven years of crafting beats and recording artists have prepared him for this moment. He grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania, then moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he lived with his musician father.
After that, JP-Tale relocated to Los Angeles, where he began recording and producing music with friends as well as developing his skills as an engineer. He has only just begun. However, he has spent a considerable amount of time researching and determining what strategies work. In order to have more profound knowledge, he completed SAE engineering school. He is mainly influenced by rappers like Mac Miller and Nipsey Hustle.
“MORNING PUFF” draws the ear’s attention to the snicket, crunchy beat, and, of course, the JP-Tale vocal. Or, more accurately, lyrics — there’s a plethora of them on exhibit. They use a lot of reverb and delay, and their arrangement has a lot of ebb and flow, similar to the action of waves breaking on a beach. Indeed, the overall effect is one of wealth and luxury.
Vocals are used in a stack to help drive the rhythm and lend enormous swathes of cushioned warmth to the proceedings. It’s an actual instrument in every meaning of the word. It’s a real accomplishment. Incorporating the mesmerizing vibrato of JP-Tale, this group of performances becomes more than just a collection of harmony piles.
Absolutely a worthwhile creation, with high-quality production and talent, as well as personality – I’m looking forward to hearing where else the music takes JP-Tale in the coming months and years!
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