Many of today’s young hip-hop artists, especially from the south, share a similar sound. Young artists seem to latch on to and try to emulate the trap sound made famous by artists/producers like Future and 808 Mafia. However, Baton Rouge artist, Wolfe is such a breath of fresh air due to his versatile style and relatable music. He isn't like the rest. Wolfe's songs have meaning and substance. He uplifts women, share stories about chasing dreams, the struggles, love, and life situations. Wolfe has just released, titled T.A.T.A. (This Ain’t The Album). The mixtape continues to reflect Wolfe’s diversity in songwriting, containing several lighter songs such as “Wednesday Song”, a ballad about a special woman as well as songs where he reflects on things troubling him and others like in “Dedication” and "PayDay". This release illustrates Wolfe’s progression as an artist, and is just the next step in his musical journey. Wolfe has been featured on various hip-hop sites including AllHipHop.com, HipHopSince1987.com, HipHopVibe.com, Broke2Dope.com and so many more.
"Wednesday Song" Reaches Over 23K Plays on Soundcloud
The song that's dedicated to all ambition women for instagram's most infamous day of the week (#WCW), is now making waves over the net. "Wednesday Song" now has over 23,000 plays on soundcloud since its release last summer.