Taken from his forthcoming debut EP, ‘Vibrance’ is the latest offering from TikTok sensation Krispel. With over 1.2 million followers on the sensational social media platform, the track came about after producer Kota discovered Krispel’s music through TikTok and sent him a hyper pop style beat pack. Before you know it, ‘Vibrance’ was born, and it’s best described as a hip-hop infused rap number that will leave you wanting more. Sitting at over 55,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, this New Jersey native has released over 75+ tracks and is certainly making a name for himself in the hip-hop world. Having spent his life surrounded by music and jumping from instruments such as guitar, trumpet, drums and piano, Krispel actually spent time whilst he was younger with the legendary American rock band My Chemical Romance. An authentic artist with layers of personality, you can tell Krispel truly lives for music throughout “Vibrance”. Armed with urgency and ounces of energy, this optimistic number is certainly what the world needs right now.
Sharing his thoughts on the incredible ‘Vibrance’, Krispel explains, “Vibrance is one of those songs that grabs everyone’s attention in the room until it’s over. It resonates a spontaneous and energetic frequency into the listeners world. The tempo keeps a head banging pace, while the instrumentation and flow of the vocals makes the listener make the face. You know the face (: ”
Living for his audience and grateful for the fans and support in his life, Krispel’s down to earth nature shines from the get-go in ‘Vibrance’. Bathed in an enchanting rhythm, colourful synthesisers and glistening vocals, Krispel adds to the instrumentation and mentions, “The instruments that make up the melody are mostly synths. They provide this electronic feel that bounce in a pocket that lets your body dance with ease. The drums are simple with an impeccable hihat rhythm, allowing the artist to shine and own his pocket. The 808 completely busts through the listener’s speaker, which is my favorite instrument of the track. I knew it was a hit when I first clicked play.