South London newcomer Casper D Goat makes a genre-hopping debut with “Doing the Most,” an anthemic track taken from his new debut EP Heartbreak on the Dancefloor. Bringing together elements of afro-pop, R&B and rap, the track is a rich mix of infectious melodies and smooth vocals, making for a memorable first impression of the emerging act.
With an earworm quality led by upbeat vibes, the track sticks in your head upon a first listen and leaves you wanting more. Rooted in a catchy guitar-led instrumental, “Doing the Most” is the dose of happiness that juxtaposes the raw emotions of the EP. Produced by Neiman Brown and JustAcoustic (James Jarvis), the track showcases Casper’s sonic versatility, which belies how early he is in his music career.
Having fused his hook-laden sonics with emotive life experiences on his seven-track EP, “Doing the Most” sees Casper D Goat take his first step in his sonic journey, already carving out a space as a rising star.