Jesse Eplan’s Earthquake is a track that blends together a T-Pain style of rap with hints of Riff Raff and Wiz Khalifa. A trap beat provides proper highlighting for Eplan, while the feature by Inf The God keeps things popping until the single’s last note. The hookiness of Earthquake’s chorus will burrow its way deep into the minds and hearts of listeners. By refreshing the late-oughts rap style with a current and contemporary trap sound, Jesse Eplan is able to capture a wide variety of pop, rap, and R&B listeners with his latest single.
Building upon the framework of artists like Jeremih and The Weeknd, Jesse Eplan is able to create a catchy single in Dreams. The dual duty of the vocals (creating a narrative, adding to the overall harmony of the single) indicates that Eplan can hang with R&B and pop royalty. A twinkling instrumentation that plays at the periphery of Dreams keeps things interesting from the opening note to the final lyric. The back and forth between instrumental and vocal sides of Dreams pushes each to an entirely higher plateau, tattooing its melodies deep into the psyche of listeners. Visit Eplan’s social media for additional information about the performer.