Kentucky’s Cub Capulet is a romantic, there’s no doubt about that, however Cub Capulet has also been burned by love before. Both sides of this coin and more are covered in Capulet’s EP “Love in Concert”.
It’s clear Capulet is at least inspired by artists like The Weekend and Drake, but those inspirations don’t define the music he’s creating. “Love In Concert” loosely pieces together all the facets we deal with in relationships. Throughout all of this, aside from one track that features Nemo Achida & Swave, Capulet is the star of the show. We get his emotions, his feelings and his stories in this, Capulet definitely wears his heart on his sleeve and leaves everything on the table in “Love In Concert”.
The upbeat production I think is one of many things that separates Cub Capulet from others in the same lane. What impresses me most about Cub Capulet is his ability to change his approach, none of this project is monotonous. From the brutal honesty throughout the project to the absolutely perfect closer in “Life Goes On”
Cub Capulet shows his overwhelming potential in “Love In Concert”. It’s rare these days that we see conceptual projects let alone in the short-form EP that we have here. I strongly encourage giving “Love In Concert” a proper listen…..just try not to get too deep in your feels.