Emerging Belgian producer pierre paris is churning the flavors of trap music through the latest EP ‘Night Shift’. The EP consists of four brand new tracks.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Brussel, Jan 6, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Emerging trap artist pierre paris has come up with his latest EP ‘Night Shift’ to offer the listeners some unique music to enjoy. The EP consists of four exquisite trap tracks like ‘Night Shift‘, ‘6 Am‘, etc to name some. The musical arrangement in the tracks provides a groovy and hypnotic soundscape which instantly uplifts the mood. The artist with his amazing musical sense created these tracks and his prolific musicianship reflects through them. There are a plethora of instrumental fragments that gives off an ambient texture yet feels quite energetic. The unavoidable hook creates a long-lasting impact on the listeners.
Hailing from Belgium, this music producer is showing some brisk moves through his musical compositions. He is a master of his own game and nobody can improvise trap music as pierre paris does. The artist tries to come up with a variety of trap music and represent it differently. The artist spent a lot of time creating each of the synths that match the vibe of the whole track. Even though the tracks ‘Night Shift‘, ‘6 Am‘, etc are exclusively instrumental and Trap influenced, the whole arrangement feels like full-fledged songs that do not require any vocals. Such beautiful pieces of work definitely make the listeners enjoy.
The previous releases by this Belgian producer have garnered a lot of attention through the EPs namely ‘Dig Site’ and ‘Sky Farm’. The latest EP ‘Night Shift’ is just another milestone in this artist’s career. Follow him over Facebook, SoundCloud, and Spotify to get more updates on his upcoming music.
Just go for this track ‘Night Shift’ & ‘6 Am’ by pierre paris:
‘Night Shift’ – https://open.spotify.com/track/1Qsq0R5zXcxe82ZAuzIzLn
‘6 Am’ – https://open.spotify.com/track/1evebcrqVZxTZCwWtuWSAI
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