Paper leads with confidence and colorful anarchy on his new single “Wetter,” making sure to keep the flickering repeat of his name hanging in the room after listening.
The latest of his releases is the dreamlike and melodic single “Wetter,” a track that employs a distinct vocal sound alongside a multi-layered, alternative backdrop that effectively lends Paper’s music a distinctive flavor.
In the background, the tripped-up beat keeps things going, and a longer-form, intriguing synth plays out an additional melody to provide character and fill the silent places. Meanwhile, Paper assumes complete control of the performance, meandering through the many passages with style, confidence, and flawless rhythm.
“Wetter” delivers a fantastic story with a distinct beat throughout its existence. While the music has a rather raw finish, it ultimately builds on the track’s genuine genuineness at its core.
The vocal fragments of the female artist featured on this track contribute a pleasing dynamic, a shift in inflow and tone, but not so much that the music loses its original atmosphere and aims. On the contrary, these two moves with confidence and creative rhymes, and the track’s atmosphere remains strong throughout.
Paper is clearly an artist who is unconstrained by industry standards or current trends, driven by his own talent and joy for the process, and “Wetter” offers a delicate and timeless introduction to the artist.