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Upcoming Producer Jae Shik’s New Track ‘Drop This’ is an Exciting Blend of Indie Pop and House Elements


Drop This

Indie pop artist and producer Jae Shik recently came out with the song, ‘Drop This’ that delivers some of the most engaging modern-day tunes in the scope of music.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Seattle, Washington Jun 1, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Upcoming producer Jae Shik is presenting an ambient scope of musical notoriety with his soundscape. He recently came out with the single, ‘Drop This‘ which is changing the course of his career towards a path of success. The song features in his latest album, No Word To Describe pt. 2, and is part of a creative anthology or saga that he has created through the songs. His style is a particular confluence of independent music working against the forces of pop, house, and future. Thus, this song is also an exciting progression of music and beats complementary to one another.

The artist is based in Seattle, Washington who is exercising the contemporary wave of music with his soundscape. ‘Drop This‘ is the closing song of the album and hence, makes it thematically significant. Some of his other songs that have created waves of audience engagement include ‘With U’, ‘Heart on Fire’, ‘Save Room’, and ‘smiling when I die’ among many others. His music carries a meaning of life’s essence which makes it stand out immensely.

Producer and songwriter Jae Shik is bringing to the mainstream table the music of the future. House and future pop being his forte, he is making his notes resonate with the modern-day crowd. As an independent artist, he gets the freedom to compass his music across new influences and methods. Collectively, his soundscape is a growing arena of new musical components that will further expand in the coming days. Follow his work on Spotify to know more about him.

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