Josh Kab - Fall

Since Josh Kab‘s song ‘Fall‘ was originally too long, he had to break it down into multiple parts. Part one concentrates on falling for someone but not knowing how they feel in return and hoping for the best. The following parts will continue the storyline of falling for this said person. The artist says, ‘I think this song has a story that’s relatable to everyone. Everyone has fallen for someone one time or another, so I think that people can share my sentiment and connect to the story behind it.’

The artist’s sound is a mixture of R&B, pop and hip-hop styles, with a uniqueness of the artist’s voice. A singer who can also rap with a wide range of notes and emotions, trying to show his versatility.

His musical influences include Frank Ocean, Harry Styles and Billie Eilish. Josh Kab also loves to discover new artists and see if they can inspire him.  

Almost all of the artist’s songs are written either in his room or on his piano in the basement. ‘All my songs usually just start themselves. I write based on my stories or things I feel, starting a song is never forced. If something isn’t clicking at that moment or I’m feeling some sort of writer’s block, then I usually put it down and come back the next day to try and finish it‘.

At the end of April/beginning of May, there will be an unrelated EP coming out with a different story than ‘Fall’. However, in October there will be an EP with this particular song on it, finishing off the full story of ‘Fall’, once all of the other parts have dropped throughout the year.

Josh Kab loves to connect with his fans and meet new supporters. He says, ‘I appreciate you all so much, every single one of you. Every supporter means something to me and has a special place in my heart. I would like to have a community where we can have fun and vibe to the music. I hope that everyone can enjoy the music as much as I enjoy creating and performing it’.

Listen to ‘Fall’ on Spotify.

Josh Kab

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