Josh Tepper, a born-and-bred New Yorker, honed his craft at the prestigious Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, and later delved into Cinema Studies at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. As a solo artist, Tepper takes center stage, showcasing his multifaceted talents.
Tepper’s latest single, crafted in the heart of LA, is a collaborative effort with Abe Stewart and Jordyn Dodd-Waddington, who contributed both production and lyrical prowess. The track delves into the profound impact of past relationships on personal growth, serving as a testament to the enduring influence of love lost.
Drawing inspiration from pop icons like Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber, Charlie Puth, and Shawn Mendes, Tepper’s sound resonates with a contemporary, genre-defying edge. This release marks Tepper’s debut, a stepping stone into a discography that now boasts seven singles, including standout tracks like “Guide Me Meron (Kabbalistic Anthem)” and “Eyes of Jezebel.” Tepper’s upcoming performance at Rockwood Music Hall on Manhattan’s Lower East Side on November 1st promises to be a pivotal moment in his musical journey. With a foundation built on introspective lyricism and a dynamic, genre-blurring sound, Josh Tepper is poised to make waves in the music industry. This single serves as a glimpse into the promising trajectory of an artist who seamlessly weaves personal experiences into captivating sonic narratives.