Jasiah brings jxdn along for pop-punk inspired single ‘Earthquake’

Since his breakout single “Break Shit” in 2020, Jasiah has continually pushed boundaries in hip-hop, exploring the genre-bending styles of City Morgue, Juice WRLD, Denzel Curry and more.

His latest single, “Earthquake,” is a pop-punk inspired track with the assistance of jxdn, a young singer from Dallas who found viral acclaim on TikTok. Both artists collaborate seamlessly with the fast-paced drums and heavy guitar melodies, crooning lyrics about love and self-improvement.

Jasiah’s naturally gritty voice perfectly contrasts jxdn’s smooth, deep-toned delivery as they sing with cadences reminiscent of the early 2000’s.

“In my head, in my head, I might go lights out

In the dark, I hear no sound

Seeing red, seeing red, I might scream out loud

But I can’t even talk right now”

Jasiah — “Earthquake”

His most recent appearance prior to “Earthquake” was on a Steve Aoki single with grandson titled “KULT.” On the EDM-inspired track, Jasiah delivers an aggressive verse in between melodic singing from grandson.

“Earthquake” is another single off of the upcoming project World War II, which is coming sometime this year. This would mark Jasiah’s second full-length release in 2022, with the first being a SoundCloud exclusive tape titled Lost Lands vol. 1 with features from midwxst and Supa Bwe.

As fans look forward to World War II, Jasiah continues to roll out his third project by shaking up the game on “Earthquake.”

Listen to ‘Earthquake’ by Jasiah below!

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