Elephante Is Really “Catching On” To Us

Elephante Is Really “Catching On” To Us
Brian Poles

It has been a big year thus far for Elephante. The man from Ann Arbor, Michigan has become a master of creating feel good vocal house tracks and his latest is no different. “Catching On” featuring Nevve is an uplifting track with many layers of sounds underneath Nevve’s lyrics which are the driver of the song. The drop comes and it instantly empowers you from the triumphantness of it. It sounds like Elephante had a lot of fun making this one and us listeners can have a lot of fun playing and listening to it. This one is definitely going to catch on.

You can download “Catching On” now for free and this is one you will not want missing from your library. Go on and hit that download button or play button below and start helping Elephante’s latest original catch on. This one really deserves it!

Elephante – Catching On (feat. Nevve) | Free Download |

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Brian Poles

Phoenix, AZ. @thepolesreport.

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